Here’s the Answer to the Question posted on Facebook
Q. Developers in your organization have created an application designed for the sales team. Salespeople can log on to the application using a simple password of 1234. However, this password does not meet the organization’s password policy. What is the BEST response by the security administrator after learning about this?
A. Nothing. Strong passwords aren’t required in applications.
B. Modify the security policy to accept this password.
C. Document this as an exception in the application’s documentation.
D. Direct the application team manager to ensure the application adheres to the organization’s password policy.
Answer available until March 26, 2016.
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