Hi there, I would like to point out that the password complexity requirements for our users who do not and cannot use SSO (single sign-on) recently underwent a significant change without any notifications being sent to the admins of the Workiva tool. This is unacceptable as we maintain specific password complexities to abide by our company's security policies. I'm sure you can understand that modifications that directly impact the ability to access our data are highly sensitive, even if they were only made to restrict our ability to control these complexities internally. Not only has our ability to change these complexities been disabled, but the only remaining complexity that appears to be in place is to require passwords to be 16 characters. This is a significant reduction in the quality of passwords required by our users and we believe this should have been communicated to admins of the tools Workiva offers prior to this going into effect. Any insight that can be provided around the reasoning for this change would be helpful, as typically we see enhancements in complexity requirements rather than them becoming less secure. Thanks in advance for your time!