1. Don’t Just Review Best Practices, Practice Password Security
It’s one thing to teach about password hygiene. And an entirely different thing to actually practice it. After all, you can’t just talk about taking a bath and begin smelling better.
In addition to reviewing password best practices with your team, have them take actionable moves to make their passwords more secure. The most practical first step is to roll out a password manager. In addition to generating long, strong, unique passwords for each account an employee has, the tools also keep track of those passwords. Some can even automatically sign you in or allow you to share login information with your colleagues. The latter can be particularly helpful if your employees work remotely or in a hybrid environment.
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