Lessons learned in password security 2013
by Michael Shema - Director of Engineering, Qualys - Monday, 23 December 2013.
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Organizations will need to focus on what they can easily control to improve security. Increased two-factor authentication implementation, improvements to password recovery and reset mechanisms will be the main focuses of 2014.

Then again, once something becomes more foolproof, a better fool is invented. It’s not much different than trying to predict the future.

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