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Suffering from security fatigue? Here’s what you can do about it!

A new study from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) found that most typical computer users they interviewed experienced security fatigue that often leads users to risky computing behavior at work and in their personal lives.

Because of end user security fatigue, IT professionals are constantly playing defense, trying to manage passwords, change passwords and protect passwords. They are spending far too much time and effort just trying to keep up with password maintenance—and experiencing password security fatigue themselves—as they try to manage and protect both end user and privileged accounts.

Join Thycotic as we share insights into how you can minimize security fatigue in your organization for both end users and privileged account users, and prevent threats from outside hackers and malicious insiders.

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Jordan True

Jordan is a social media strategist, digital community manager and a lover of all things IT. She currently manages the Social Media Program at Thycotic and loves to connect with technology communities online and at enterprise IT events. Addicted to the outdoors, you can find Jordan on the running trails in her free time or sharing the latest InfoSec buzz on Twitter @ThycoticJordan.

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