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Interview: The dark side of biometrics - why social engineering could destroy security
In depth with One Identity: "Anyone who has let a stranger hold an unlocked phone is putting themselves at risk of being breached."
81% of passwords are hacked: Time to step up the authentication game
Passwords alone are not enough to prevent hacks, according to Centrify.
NEC makes hearable tech prototype for 'safer authentication'
"NEC is aiming to commercialize hearable platform services that combine individual authentication, indoor positioning & acoustic AR by 2018."
Around 17 million websites are already powered by WordPress - are they secure?
WordPress, the most popular and most used content management system, is also a great tool for businesses and individuals.
Microsoft launches ‘phone signin’ for Android and iOS - but what about its Windows Phone?
Microsoft has launched 'phone sign-in’ specifically for Microsoft accounts on Android and iOS - but what about Windows Phones?
Identity theft - have you ever pen tested procedures?
There is a focus on technical aspects of penetration tests, network and application security, while the chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
Centrify expands mobile security offerings across ANZ
Centrify has expanded its ANZ suite of mobile security offerings, and the company says both Windows and Apple-based devices can now get in on the fun.
Palo Alto amplifies endpoint platform to tackle credential theft
Credential abuse and theft are two main ways threat actors are able to compromise and move within an organisation to steal valuable assets.
Multi-factor authentication to be the norm by 2020
Multi-factor authentication has become commonplace as a number of industries, particularly the govt sector, is looking to strengthen security measures
Big things are on the horizon for biometrics security
"Consumers are increasingly putting their trust behind biometric-based authentication and searching for security, convenience, and personalisation."
ESET: Two-factor authentication crucial in today's world
ESET has officially announced a new version of its secure, mobile-based two-factor authentication system, ESA 2.4.
Centrify ups fight against enterprise attacks with 'MFA Everywhere'
Centrify has launched a new initiative to secure enterprise identities against the most prevalent source of cyber attacks - compromised credentials.