Posts Tagged ‘passwords’

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

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Posted on 30th Jul 2014 by in Enterprise

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 […]

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

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 […]

Who should you trust more: Social log-in services or your mobile operator?

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Posted on 2nd Jul 2014 by in Telecom

Social log-in services can be excellent time-saving tools and are a very convenient way to avoid the tedious process of online registration, filling in numerous forms and general password fatigue. So why are Facebook and Google’s versions of this tool not used more often? The answer’s simple; privacy is paramount to security, so why would […]

Passwords… When will we learn?

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Posted on 10th Mar 2014 by in Enterprise

The news that “123456” has replaced “Password” as the worst password of 2013, (covered here by Ina Fried) could be taken as a positive. After all, “123456” is at least marginally less obvious than “password”. However, it should also act as a wake-up call for those who still believe a mere password is the most […]

Should your “friend” social login for your business? Visit us at RSA Conference to find out.

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Posted on 20th Feb 2014 by in Enterprise

Here’s a familiar scenario: I hear about a great website/service that interests me.  It’s free, but I have to create an account to use the service. I’m not sure I’m going to keep using the service, so I hesitate to set up an account. Then I notice that I can login using my LinkedIn profile, […]

Cyber security risks for businesses can no longer be ignored

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Posted on 11th Nov 2013 by in Enterprise

Despite the economic downturn in some areas of the world, many businesses are continuing to grow quickly. Turnover and profits are increasing, as is the number of employees. However, and rather unfortunately, with all this positive growth comes unwanted growth in other areas. Naked Security has recently highlighted research from Ernst and Young which reveals […]

Apple’s iOS7 security features

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Posted on 6th Sep 2013 by in Enterprise

Recent news surrounding Apple’s iOS7 has been focused on the ‘Frequent Locations’ feature of the system which enables Wi-Fi location tracking. The media buzz surrounding the feature is unsurprising given the furore around privacy in recent weeks and months. However, this tracking feature is hardly hidden by Apple. As The Register’s Bill Ray has correctly […]

Petition against Passwords

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Posted on 5th Sep 2013 by in Enterprise

Passwords; we can’t live with them, we can’t live without them. That’s the view of most people when it comes to keeping their digital possessions and online personas secure.  We’re forever told to make our passwords stronger and longer by adding numerical digits and capital letters, but as much as we’d like to, chances are […]

The Truth About EMV in the US: Card-Not-Present Fraud

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Posted on 28th Aug 2013 by in Corporate

To continue our discussion about popular myths and misconceptions about EMV payment cards, let’s talk about card-not-present (CNP) fraud – the kind where the merchant never sees you or your card. In other words, the merchant never verifies that the person making the transaction is the legitimate cardholder by checking the signature or seeing that […]

Google’s Inactive Account Manager handles Data after Death

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Posted on 15th Jul 2013 by in Corporate

Last year I discussed the problem of what happens to our digital assets after our lives come to an end. If you haven’t read the post you can find it here. There are already, well documented online services that offer users the chance to live on through their social media threads. Kate Freeman of Mashable, […]