Across multiple types of business from banking to web-only based stores. A common practice I see is that the business is going to great lengths to secure itself.
On top of all the rest of our daily concerns, we have to worry about Social Engineering cyber attacks.
It goes on to talk about a machine that IBM built (the Cracken) that can crack any password up to 14 characters in 5 minutes or less.
Nearly every day we read about yet another data breach. They come from every market and size of company.
Recently, the topic of protecting the individual (user) at the point of entry (login), to a application or digital resource has risen to the top of security discussion.
The fact that we have a national day for passwords exposes how inadequate they are as a “key” to our data. I know I didn’t change all of my login passwords,
The past two weekends @traitware was a sponsor at #WCJAX and #WCSD. WordCamp is a wonderful event that helps continue to build the #WordPress community.
In a recent Article published by author Dan Goodin he states, “Thousands of sites are being used to deploy Malware or Ransomware.”
Interspersed with all of these conversations, you’ll want to attend many of the informative and entertaining sessions prepared by our cast of talented speakers.
traitware can stop data theft by eliminating login credentials. Already traitwareⓇ has demonstrated secure access to G Suite, Slack, Office 365, WordPress, and other systems