Corporate users of Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage are increasingly storing files there that contain passwords. According to a report released last month, “enterprises are routinely storing corporate password files in the cloud through Microsoft’s OneDrive backup technology.”
And the security risk is getting worse and growing.
The average corporate OneDrive service contains 204 unencrypted files labelled “passwords”.
This risky practice has actually increased over the last few months. [Corporations] averaged 143 “password” files uploaded to OneDrive in Q3 2015. (source)
As much as IT professionals want to keep their organizations secure, sometimes security is only as strong as the weakest practices of its users.
Fortunately, a strong two-factor authentication solution like GreenRADIUS can keep your organization secure. Even if passwords are compromised, GreenRADIUS and two-factor authentication can keep your networks and data secure. Contact us today to learn more about GreenRADIUS and to evaluate it for free.