When Ann an employee returns to work and logs into her workstation she notices that, several desktopconfiguration settings have changed. Upon a review of the CCTV logs, it is determined that someone logged
into Ann’s workstation. Which of the following could have prevented this from happening?
Password complexity policy
User access reviews
Shared account prohibition policy
User assigned permissions policy
The most important countermeasure against password crackers is to use long, complex passwords, which are
changed regularly. Since changes were made to Ann’s desktop configuration settings while she was not at
work, means that her password was compromised.