CISA Expands Its Bad Practices List 

CISA Expands Its Bad Practices List

The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has recently announced the addition of a single-factor authentication into its list of bad practices. Although it is a risky cybersecurity practice as it lacks two-factor authentication and hence, it is regarded as low-security overall. 

As explained by CISA, “Single-factor authentication is a common low-security method of authentication. It only requires matching one factor—such as a password—to a username to gain access to a system.”

Businesses across different sectors have been urged to review CISA’s Bad Practices list. This way, they can take necessary steps to address any security weaknesses within their systems.

Source: SecurityWeek

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