Posts in Enterprise Security

Gemalto in the W3C : working to add more security to the web

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Posted on 1st Sep 2014 by in Enterprise Security

As the W3C celebrates the web’s 25th birthday, we continue to work with the developers of internet browsers, electronics manufacturers and internet service providers to imagine new use cases and features that could become part of the landscape of the world wide web. We’ve been members of the W3C since 2011 and stand alongside Apple, […]

Securing a platform – it’s a three-way approach

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Posted on 12th Aug 2014 by in Enterprise Security

The opening up of enterprise IT due to the effects of consumerization is resulting in ever increasing complexity of the infrastructure with a myriad of devices and applications crowded together. Gartner predicts that by 2017, half of employers will require their employees to bring their own devices to the office. This will benefit organizations and […]

What is Digital Security? – IT Security Assessment is about prevention rather than cure

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Posted on 5th Aug 2014 by in Enterprise Security

The digital world is swarming with security perils. April’s Heartbleed Bug was just the latest in a long line of threats looming over individuals and businesses, and according to PwC’s Global Economic Crime Survey 2014, one in four surveyed businesses had experienced cybercrime, with 11 per cent of them hit with financial losses of more than […]

Cloud Security: CloudEntr, Now Secures Logins and Files in a Single Portal

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Posted on 30th Jul 2014 by in Enterprise Security

Being in the security business, we hear our customers’ pains and challenges often when it comes to securing their data, and lately the cloud has been the monkey on their back they can’t shake. Shadow IT has given businesses something to think about in regards to understanding their full footprint in the cloud as well […]

‘Making products secure’ – the Gemalto way

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Posted on 29th Jul 2014 by in Enterprise Security

There are many companies that claim to secure your digital services, networks, servers and even whatever you have hosted in the cloud.

CloudEntr Brings Big Business Identity and Access Management to the Small Enterprise: A Review

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Posted on 22nd Jul 2014 by in Enterprise Security

Over at CloudEntr, we love to be loved by our customers (spoiler: we love them back), so we were especially excited to receive a little press from one of our customers AVISIAN Publishing, publishers of more than 10 print and digital publications specializing in the identification technology space. AVISIAN shared the same pain as many of […]

Why we can’t just rely on central databases for authentication

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Posted on 21st Jul 2014 by in Enterprise Security

We now live in an age where reliable and fast information is of paramount importance in our daily lives. Whether banking, communicating, negotiating, or doing any form of business, information on-demand is crucial. Unfortunately, as we’ve become more dependent on access to on-demand banking, contact details, messaging etc., we’ve at times allowed vulnerabilities into our […]

What security, M2M and mobile technology tips can we learn from the new Batman?

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Posted on 1st Jul 2014 by in M2M

Earlier this year, Zach Snyder (of Man of Steel, 300 and Watchmen) tweeted a sneak preview of what the new Batman, played by Ben Affleck, will look like in the upcoming blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The photo spread throughout the internet and received over 47,000 retweets in just two weeks. This got […]

Less than two weeks before the return of CryptoLocker and ZeuS malware – Panic time?

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Posted on 5th Jun 2014 by in Enterprise Security

The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) is warning everyone to protect themselves against Cryptolocker and ZeuS malware before they both make inevitable returns to the web in less than two weeks. The NCA is working with the FBI and Europol in an effort to suppress the GameOverZeuS Trojan and the Cryptolocker ‘ransomware’ that encrypts victims’ […]

Here we go again

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Posted on 22nd May 2014 by in Enterprise Security

It’s happened again, this time to “The World’s Online Marketplace” – eBay. The online auction giant announced yesterday that a database, holding the personal details of up to 223 million users, was hacked. Ebay has asked 128 million users to change their account passwords in the wake of the breach.  The cybercriminals were able to […]