Find out how fast your password can be hacked this World Password Day 2019!

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Interested in learning how a password is cracked? The Collection 1 Data Breach saw over 1 billion unique email addresses and passwords exposed. So how did they get their hands on them in the first place?

This World Password Day 2019 step into the world of a cyber criminal with our Chief Cyber Security Scientist, Joseph Carson and special guest, X-Force Red’s Senior Managing Consultant, Dustin Heywood. They will walk you through how easy it is to hack your passwords through two of the most common techniques: dictionary searches and brute-force. Leveraging the popular pen testing tool, Kali Linux, Joseph and Dustin will take you through some of the most popular and latest tools cyber criminals use every day to perform these hacking techniques.

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Gain insight into the vulnerabilities of passwords and how cyber criminals use different methods to easily crack them.Learn what makes a secure password and how to update your password policies to reflect the latest NIST guidelines.Discover resources that will help you develop and maintain best practices for password security.

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