PASSWORDS


A Guide to WordPress Login Security

WordPress Login Requirements_ With more than 33% of websites on the internet being managed through WordPress, it’s a wonder the website juggernaut hasn’t created a stronger, more reliable method for login security. To date, WordPress login systems are some of the weakest online right out of the box, and although they can be adjusted for […]


Passwords: The Internet’s Biggest Liability

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 […]


Passwordless Authentication_ A Safeguard from Data Breaches

The Growing Threat of Data Breaches Technology advances at a breakneck pace, and much of that technology needs our personal information to function. Many devices and applications won’t allow you to use them unless you share your personal, identifying information first. In an age of information brokering, your personal data becomes worth more than gold. […]


Are Multi-Factor Authentication Solutions Enough to Protect Your Company Online_

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 […]


How Password-less Login Systems Can Strengthen Your Security

People post all sorts of pieces of their lives online, from photos to personal details and thoughts. Your name, address, phone number, SSN, photo, date of birth, even your voice… they’re all available on the web if you know how to gain access to them. It seems easier now more than ever to hack into […]


Your part in Social Engineering

On top of all the rest of our daily concerns, we have to worry about Social Engineering cyber attacks.


“Secrets to a better password and fewer hacks” published by CNBC

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.