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Were I an ISO 9001 auditor, if there was a "one off", you'd get a "gimme" (no problem - observation probably).But if it was a common practice it would be a major finding in document control, were I the auditor.

Now, Duo helps meet these guidelines, with features such as: Remember that PCI requirements — and indeed, the whole standard — are designed to mitigate risk scenarios around credit card theft.

In this case, one of the security threats PCI is addressing is an attacker trying to guess (or brute force) an account’s username and password.

Hello Quinn M and welcome to the Cove A pedantic auditor might make a minor observation off that.

A reasonable auditor will likely treat the date the last approver signed off as the de-facto effective date.

You do stuff (a process- rev A) At some point the process must be changed for a valid reason (a process - rev B) ..you're not sure rev B process works...

So you try it , and test it , and tweak it , and validate it until you have a process that works again.

The practice of concealing details on which part of an authentication process failed is more commonly known in the industry as “security by obscurity.” And in this case, it’s not necessary, since there are other measures you can take to mitigate the risk of password guessing or brute forcing attempts.

Most systems today enforce a lockout (either temporary or permanent) after a certain number of incorrect attempts; giving more feedback will help the user figure out what they’re doing wrong and help them stay within that limit.

How big of an issue it is depends upon the actual product. Were I an ISO 9001 auditor, if there was a "one off", you'd get a "gimme" (no problem - observation probably).

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