But you should ditch that master password anyway. And it’s easier than you may think. Last week Tuesday, another security scare hit cyberspace and password manager LastPass. The scare points, once again, to the fact that passwords are risky. Several users reported receiving email alerts from LastPass, warning that unauthorized attempts had been made to […]
How do you secure identity and transactions—especially business, financial, government transactions—in a world that is becoming more and more digital and hyperconnected? It’s time to move on from old and increasingly vulnerable authentication methods, like ID cards and the username-and-password combo, to newer methods that pose a tougher challenge for cybercriminals to get past. Today’s […]
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 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 person's identity is the first pillar in a Zero Trust framework. Achieving True Zero Trust Access requires having MFA inherent upon account creation.
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.
Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a must for enterprises to ensure data security in the face of both new attacks and persistent older ones that are constantly being fine-tuned by cybercriminals. It offers multiple layers of security to your login processes through multiple means of authentication. Knowledge (something you know): PIN, username and password, security question […]
At its most basic, access control is a means of ensuring that users who are logged in to your system are who they say they are, and that they have been granted appropriate access to your organization’s data. At a highly technical level, Daniel Crowley, head of research for IBM’s X-Force Red, describes access control […]
For On-Premise or Cloud-Based Resources Enhance Security and User Experience with Passwordless SSO Logins. Username and password logins are not a secure option for individuals and organizations alike as data breaches and malicious attacks get more and more sophisticated. Even the strongest passwords fail to reassure the most risk-averse users. If you’re this kind of […]
Unforeseen crises like the COVID-19 pandemic has shown just how ruthless cybercriminals can get. They can carry out their attacks with tactical precision, taking full advantage of the fact that businesses are distracted and vulnerable. Single Sign On and Multifactor Authentication are a must have. If you are among those businesses who are still relying […]
Most of you who read these articles are the techie/nerdie/geekie types. I am the guy who sits across the table from you, and to be perfectly honest, I really don’t understand much of what you are saying. That being said, I am very concerned, interested and focused on the bottom line. If there is an […]
In August last year, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), prompted by the advisory released by the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), advised the American public to be watchful of their passwords with the threat of a new form of brute force attack known as password spraying, which targets businesses […]