Internet Security: A Growing Problem Online security breaches have been a problem since the dawn of the internet. Actually, data breaches and hacks have been steadily getting worse and worse. Each year, billions of breaches occur across the web, and experts suggest that this number will simply continue to increase with time. This means you’re […]
Say Goodbye to Lost, Stolen, and Forgotten Passwords with Passwordless Authentication Data breaches seem to happen more often these days, and each time they happen on a larger and larger scale. The biggest data breaches have compromised the personal information of millions of people around the world, and all of those breaches included passwords. With […]
As technology advances, so too do security measures to keep online information safe. Longer passwords, CAPTCHAs, PINs, and even biometrics have been used to secure user information. All to keep bots and hackers at bay. Multi-factor authentication (2FA) systems have become the go-to solution for strengthening employee login. Are they the right security solution for […]
Online privacy is a hot topic of conversation topic in the digital age. With each advancement in technology, there’s a wave of hackers and data breaches to go along with it. It’s more important now than ever before to manage your online presence and keep your information safe. It can be difficult to know where […]
Identity: Who you are. Who you identify as. Who others identify you as. The makeup of your very existence. This identity, while in constant flux, is used in your digital world, as well. That digital identity is made up of different identifiers and attributes (your traits and personality, in other words), are used most commonly […]
Phishing attacks continue to be a mainstream enterprise for credential grabbing ( passwords ). The attackers continue to evolve their methods
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.
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,