This topic comes up quite a fair bit some some clients. They do not realise the risk of having simple passwords until it’s too late.
It also means people can be looking at your data without even knowing.
We recommend passwords at a minimim to be 6 characters (however we recommend 8) , and also to have upper, lower, alphanumber and special characters in the password.
The password %^@gtgTT is easier to crack than aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
If you cannot remember a complex password or more than one password, ask Sterling IT how we can assist you with a password manager that is secure.
Internet users continue to put their security at risk by using generic passwords such as “123456” and “password”, despite widespread advice to create more unique and secure codes.
Both “123456” and “password” have held the top two spots on SplashData’s annual list of leaked passwords since the first list in 2011 and data released by SplashData yesterday shows 2015 was no different.
The top 10 passwords on the 2015 list are dominated by numerical passwords, with football, baseball and ‘qwerty’ also among the least secure passwords being used online.
Wondered how to get some surveillance happening without an internet connection?
We have the answer… An example of this might be a construction site which is a mobile container and moves site to site. Security on these premises is paramount not only for theft, but health, safety and tracking. With the ability to have internet on 3G/4G, wired infrastructure is a thing of the past.
Having security cameras in your business is one thing, but storing and retrieving the data, is another. So many clients find that when it comes time to actually reviewing the video and/or audio footage, it is either too hard to find or isn’t there.
Let us work with you in giving you a demo on how this technology works. Going to a retail store and buying a kit may not be enough in a court of law.
Above shows the quality of a couple of screenshots.
Contact Us for a NO OBLIGATION meeting to discuss your security needs.
$30 per month service fee to login to our service portal.
Data bundle SIM is not included in the initial purchase ($1,995.00) as your prospect can supply this themselves,
from either TELSTRA or OPTUS.
eMail alarm notification is free, but we charge you $0.50c for every SMS sent out as an alarm notification.