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.
People say Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is the answer. But your typical MFA isn't as safe as you think.
Addressing the Top 4 Reasons for Hesitation Studies have shown an increased appetite among consumers for multi-factor authentication, including biometrics as a replacement for the username and password login method, and evidence is clear that credential-based login poses the number one threat for security breaches. Experts and tech writers have been saying that we need to “break […]
How do you attract and retain customers in an age when customer experience that spans multiple touchpoints has become the rule rather than the extraordinary exception? The technological advances over the last decade have been nothing short of breathtaking. The links that have been made possible, the virtual connections, experiences, and transactions that are now […]
An unproductive workforce can harm your bottom line. That’s the long and short of it. This is why you need to improve user experience. In detail, employee un-productivity affects overall organizational morale, particularly after poor performance and missed deadlines followed by poor customer reviews, loss of clients, failure to land clients, and so on. One […]
Passwords are getting less and less popular nowadays. Some experts say the era of passwords is over. Aside from the fact that people find it hard to manage and remember their passwords, there is also the problem of security. In the current complex IT environment, passwords are no longer enough to protect our online data. […]
With cyberattacks and security breaches increasing year by year, cybersecurity should be a top priority for businesses. Among the most prevalent cybersecurity issue is phishing, which is commonly executed by luring victims to click on fraudulent links and attachments to gather sensitive information. Phishing Facts and Statistics According to the FBI, from October 2013 and […]
Moving On from Passwords? Passwords. They’re a hacker’s favorite thing. Not only are they easy to steal and crack, but many people practice poor password management. Because of this, password theft and abuse are ever rising. From short, simple words to long strings of letters, numbers, and symbols, passwords just aren’t enough to keep your […]
Online mobile security is a growing problem. As technology advances, so too do the hacking and scamming techniques used by cybercriminals. Many people believe that this threat exists only on their computers, however mobile phones are just as at risk. Like any computer, your cellphone can be hacked or used against you in the case […]
Phishing attacks continue to be a mainstream enterprise for credential grabbing ( passwords ). The attackers continue to evolve their methods
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.