The DARKReading edition published a list of poor security practices

The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is creating a catalog of poor security practices that increase risk for organizations, especially those supporting designated critical infrastructure or what it calls National Critical Functions (NCFs).

Security professionals, including the team at CISA, often focus on promoting best practices they should take, wrote CISA Executive Assistant Director Eric Goldstein in a blog post on the news. It’s equally important, he continued, that they focus on stopping poor security practices as well.

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