Are your users putting a big target on your organization’s back?
The bad guys are constantly coming out with new ways to hack into your network and steal your organization’s confidential information.
Verizon’s recent Data Breach Report showed that 81% of hacking-related breaches used either stolen or weak passwords. And, a new survey from Dark Reading shows 44% of organizations say users pose the greatest threat to data security!
Find out if your users are putting a big target on your organization’s back.
KnowBe4’s new Password Exposure Test (PET) is a complimentary IT security tool that allows you to run an in-depth analysis of your organization’s hidden exposure risk associated with your users.
PET makes it easy for you to identify users with exposed emails publicly available on the web and checks your Active Directory to see if they are using weak or compromised passwords that are part of a known data breach. PET then reports on any user accounts affected so you can take action immediately!
Here’s how the Password Exposure Test works:
Requirements: Active Directory, Windows 7 or higher (32 or 64bit) NOTE: the analysis is done on the workstation you install PET on, no confidential data leaves your network, and actual passwords are never disclosed.