Today we have a restriction of minimum character length (12) on passwords for users in the IIAS's DB2 database. We know that we should encourage for increasing this limit, however, if we consider in the ecosystem of the applications of a banking sector, there are popular legacy systems with restrictions of fewer characters (8), and living with IIAS systems with this policy is a problem for users to have their credentials synchronized.
Why is it useful?
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||Customer BANORTE and the majority of customers in the Banking sector|
How should it work?
1) Do you have a proposed solution?
2) and what would the measurables benefits of the solution be?
3) What are you doing today to workaround the problem?
|Priority Justification||Project GoLive on March 31th, 2020|
|Customer Name||GRUPO FINANCIERO BANORTE|
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