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efficient. CareFirst should identify password crackers as malwares. Every employees and contractors should have to change their passwords every month, and their password should be check for specific guidelines such as length, numbers, upper and lower alphabets and special characters. Conclusion Your conclusion will include a summary of your findings and other findings discussed in the paper.
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INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND IDENTITY MANAGEMENT 10 References CareFirst. (2018). Company Overview . Retrieved from CareFirst: read: Dance, S. (2015, May 20). Cyberattack affects 1.1 million CareFirst customers . Retrieved from The Baltimore Sun: - 20150520-story.html Gregg, M. (2017, Jun 20). Cyber Sabotoge Could Be the Next Big Crime Wave . Retrieved from Huffpost: - crime-wave_us_59482138e4b04d8767077ad4 Henry, J. (2018, Aug 21 ). These 5 Types of Insider Threats Could Lead to Costly Data Breaches . Retrieved from Security Intelligence: - insider-threats-could-lead-to-costly-data-breaches/ Michael Moran, B. O. (2018, Dec 12). 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Master Data Management Solutions . Retrieved from Informaica: - quadrant-MDM.html?Source=Homepage#fbid=N729qoTlm4C Panganini, P. (2017, Dec 11). 10 Biggest Cyber Espionage Cases . Retrieved from Security Affairs: Varughese, S. (2016, Dec 21). The 3 Types Of Insider Threats And How To Stop Them . Retrieved from Health IT Outcomes: - threats-and-how-to-stop-them-0001
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INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND IDENTITY MANAGEMENT 11 Appendix A This section will contain any appendices discussed in the paper. Appendices should be labeled in alphabetical order as they appear in the document (A, B, C, …). You Can Add the Lab Screen prints in here as an appendix or in a Separate Document
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