The case against changing your password

Friday 23 April 2010 @ 2:07 pm

I don’t go off-topic much, but this article is one I thought worthwhile.  It is because I am constantly amazed at how little value people put on their time (or their employee’s time) when making decisions.  Maybe because I am self employed and bill by the hour I am more sensitive to wasted time than most people.

This article from the Boston Globe covers a study that shows that sometimes the security measures we are forced to follow aren’t worth the time they cost us, which is probably why compliance isn’t always complete.

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