Dubber applies password policies to users of the Dubber Portal to enforce security within the system.
All passwords should be reasonably complex and difficult for unauthorized people to guess.
Users should choose passwords that are at least eight characters long and contain a combination of upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and punctuation marks and other special characters.
These requirements will be enforced within the Dubber application when setting the password.
In addition to meeting those requirements, users should also use common sense when choosing passwords. Avoid basic combinations that are easy to guess. For instance, choices like “password”, “password1” and “Pa$$w0rd” are ‘weak’ from a security perspective.
All passwords must be changed regularly. This requirement will be enforced by Dubber within automated resetting of passwords at regular intervals.
If the security of a password is in doubt– for example, if it appears that an unauthorized person has logged into the account — the password must be changed immediately.