After the so-called ″cyber incident,″ Ubisoft decided to reset the passwords of its employees but won’t reveal why. Ubisoft, a major gaming corporation, has admitted that a cybersecurity breach occurred, which resulted in a widespread password reset throughout the organization; nevertheless, the company has chosen not to disclose the nature of the breach.
What happens if your employer doesn’t give you a password?
Of all, having a password in your brain and having a key in your pocket are two quite different things.The corporation has the responsibility of exercising reasonable care to ensure that the key, security badge, or anything else is returned by the employee before the employee leaves the building.They are solely responsible for their lack of a password in the event that they do not have one.The analogy that comes to me is when I arrive home after having recently been let go from my job.
Do you have to return the passwords after being fired?
He didn’t merely ‘forget’ the password in a handy manner after he was dismissed; rather, it appears that he planned this entire thing out in advance in order to purposefully interfere with their company.Unwise decision.The passwords function in the same way as the office’s key.You are required to give them back.
Those who have a requirement for them ought to always be in possession of them.Any approach other than this is asking for trouble.
What was the situation with the hacker and the password manager?
He was put in an untenable scenario in which he would be fired regardless of whether he provided them the passwords or did not give them the passwords, and so he chose not to disclose them.