As much as the IT & Security folks want to deny it, in the real-world passwords are frequently reused. And what's even scarier is often times these passwords cross over between a user's regular account to an administrative account (think network devices, backup solutions, etc).
If you could create a matrix displaying the different passwords by person vs. services where this password is reused, the results would be shocking to enterprise security teams. We get it though, managing such a plethora of passwords and their associated accounts becomes a mighty challenge. But there has to be a superior way, right?
Watch this on-demand webinar with renowned hacker and security expert, Paula Januszkiewicz, who shares a story about "the little password that could", how it ended up in a place where it shouldn't, and how its reuse threatened the integrity of an entire organization.
During the webinar Januszkiewicz thoroughly demos how to:
Paula Januszkiewicz is the Founder and CEO of CQURE Inc. and CQURE Academy. She is also Enterprise Mobility MVP, honorable Microsoft Regional Director for CEE and a world class cybersecurity expert, consulting Customers all around the world.
In 2017, Paula graduated from Harvard Business School. She is a top speaker at conferences including Microsoft Ignite (she was rated No. 1 among 1,100 speakers at a conference with 26000 attendees), RSA (her speech was among top-rated sessions in 2022), Black Hat (she has been a regular speaker at Black Hat conferences all around the globe since 2017. In 2019, her presentation was voted best of Black Hat Asia 2019 Briefings), LEAP, Australian Cyber Conference, Hack in Paris or GISEC. Paula is known for her unique stage presence that is always well-received among diverse audiences, often gathering thousands of people!
Paula has 17 years of experience in the cybersecurity field, performing penetration tests, architecture consulting, trainings and seminars. Every year, before the pandemic, she took over 215 flights to provide security services, now she delivers tons of projects both online and onsite. Paula also creates security awareness programs for various organizations, including awareness sessions for top management. Paula is a member of the Technical Advisory Board at Royal Bank of Scotland – helping to keep its security at the highest level possible! What is more, Paula has access to a source code of Windows!