[12 DAYS OF PASSWORDS | 2 MIN READ] Client data is the most valuable asset any business has, and your team has virtually unencumbered access to it all. As a result, you and your clients deserve and need to know who has accessed their systems and when it happened. Discover how to manage password accountability through leveraging auditing below.
Auditing and Reporting
Beyond the "what happened when", leverage password auditing tool to demonstrate value your business is delivering to clients. Show them reports on the complexity of all their passwords, that passwords were all changed in the last 90 days or less and are unique to each account.
Having insights into the usage and security of how client credentials are used within your company will not only better position you to make mindful business decisions, but differentiate you from local competitors.
MSP Quick Tip Takeaway...
- Maintain a birds-eye overview. Implement an auditing and reporting tool that simplifies this process.
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