We hear about a new major security breach almost every week. Some of them rely on weak keys to do so. In the famous TJ Maxx breach, it is believed the hackers exploited a weak pre-shared key for Wifi. Had they been using WPA2-802.1x the key would have been infinitely stronger. This means the hackers would need to be in the same location for a longer period time and potentially dissuading them from continuing the hack. Even if they stuck around, it would have been obvious to staff that a car was lurking around for too long. Identity management would have helped to enable 802.1x and Radius, which generates unique keys and regenerates them in shorter intervals.