Security


Let’s Discuss Account Takeover, or “ATO”. 

What can we do to better protect ourselves and our companies from account takeover?  Most of us today still believe we are “too small a fish” to have one of our digital accounts taken over. We think to ourselves that no one wants to read my email or post from my Twitter account or comment […]


HOW TO HACK A PASSWORD

Password Hacking or Cracking has evolved over the years, with instances of serious credential-based attacks topping headlines daily. Why? It’s become frighteningly easy for cybercriminals to get your password. Several high-profile attacks in recent news (SolarWinds, The US Pipeline … and so on) sparked an executive order from the White House calling for improved cybersecurity […]


BACK TO SCHOOL FOR CYBERCRIME

Schools are top targets for Cybercrime. It’s time to get educated and educate about the risks, and how to implement a Zero Trust framework for security. With students of all ages still in the early days of their academic year, cybersecurity experts issue stern warnings about cybercrime in schools.  With the increased use of technology […]


What is Real Passwordless MFA?

What is Real Passwordless MFA and Why is it Essential for Enterprise Security? In light of this Cyberwar we’re experiencing – from ransomware to phishing scams to man-in-the-middle attacks – we’ve been told by the likes of Microsoft, countless cybersecurity experts, and even the President of the United States, that it’s time to take cybersecurity […]


A Paradigm Shift in IAM – The Move to Zero Trust Access

A person's identity is the first pillar in a Zero Trust framework. Achieving True Zero Trust Access requires having MFA inherent upon account creation.


Cyber Insurance Isn’t Enough to Protect You

What Companies should consider BEFORE buying There’s a different kind of war going on in cyberspace. Cyberattacks have risen by more than 300% since 2019 and experts predict that cybercrime will only increase in frequency and severity as attackers get smarter, more sophisticated, and more organized. Recent news has focused on larger companies – including […]


Not Safe in the Cyber Streets

Seemingly every day, companies of all sizes unknowingly expose valuable information to cybercriminals around the world. No matter the industry, cyber terrorists will seek to gain control of data in exchange for large sums of money through ransomware attacks. These cybercriminals spare no mercy. Electronic Arts’ critical code exposed One recent victim of a data […]


Are You Letting Your Browser Store Company Passwords?

You may be thinking that storing your login credentials on your computer beats the Post-it. Since experts frown upon password reuse, you’re doing the right thing, right? Here’s why you should stop: Saved passwords invite unauthorized access. Anyone who gains access to your computer will then have access to all your information, simply by accessing […]


Why Password Reuse Makes the Case for Going Passwordless  

Businesses and individuals alike are far from doomed to live with all the inconvenience and risks posed by passwords and the management challenges that they entail.


Your Password Isn’t Safe, and Neither is Your Traditional MFA.

People say Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is the answer. But your typical MFA isn't as safe as you think.


10 Ways Phishing Attacks Have Evolved and Pose a More Serious Threat

Go passwordless and adopt multi-factor authentication with single sign-on for multilayered security and guaranteed convenience.


12 Ways to Secure Your Business Email

Phishing attacks, which target your email, are skyrocketing, as cybercriminals are getting more sophisticated and better at what they do. Because of the massive adjustments that businesses, large or small, have had to make to adapt to COVID-19, vulnerabilities get overlooked, including email security.  Secure your business email by adopting these best practices: 1. Run […]

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