Those days when we used “123” as our password have passed and they are now long behind this current time now. The current industry seems quick in adopting the practices that demand longer passwords comprising of upper, lower and special characters as well as digits. However, analytics and IT professionals can identity any suspicious activities on their networks to identify any such malicious attempts with common user-patterns as per the password patterns as well as changes. It is also very easy for hackers to crack any passwords posing serious threat to cloud security nowadays. Mostly, users tend to reuse same-to-same passwords for their multiple accounts and different sites, which rotates several of such passwords, and/or adjust those very slightly when they are forced by the email account of sit to change those passwords; they might simply add a digit to change their existing password. Such passwords with low complexity can be very easily cracked in a day, passwords with medium complexity can be cracked within a week and passwords with high complexity take much longer time, a month or so. So, the best practices for IAM Security, thus, include the following in terms of passwords:
Top IAM vendors provide both enterprise IAM systems along with their cloud-based versions as well. In addition to these, there also are numerous source IAM solutions available out there.
We, at CloudCodes, take pride in being one of the leading vendors in this domain. The IAM security feature of our CASB solution is actually a type of personal verification, which is done by Password Management that is being used to put a check on data breaches that happen usually. CloudCodes Identity Management solution performs the following to curtail data leak incidences: