5 security bad habits (and easy ways to break them)

Break your bad security habits
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Procrastination. Fidgeting. Biting your nails. These are all bad habits, but none so bad that they could bring a company to its knees. When it comes to security, however, some bad habits could be devastating, leaving your company vulnerable to hacks, data loss or theft or some similar type of security breach. The good news is that there are some simple steps IT can take to educate users on security best practices and make them part of the solution instead of the problem.

Jonathan Crowe, senior content manager at endpoint security solutions company Barkly offers five simple ways to improve your security posture and help employees become a bit more security-savvy.

1. Using the same password for every account
Using the same password for every account

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