Multi-Factor Authentication

Every day brings new reports of cyberattacks and data breaches, many of which could have been prevented through multi-factor authentication (MFA). In 2017, financial institutions (FIs) lost $16.8 billion to cybercrime and experienced $5.1 billion in account takeover losses. Will it ever get better? The simple answer is no. Breaches will continue to fuel financial fraud, account takeover, and new… Read more

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June 18, 2014 - John Gunn
Do Cloud Applications Deliver Convenience or Danger?

Banned. Condemned. Not Allowed. These are some of the phrases used to describe what I consider some very useful cloud applications. As technological advances bring more consumer gadgets into our business environments, we as users begin to lose track of where our personal domain ends and our employer’s begins. It’s convenience that drives adoption of public cloud applications, mobile devices,… Read more

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Could your mobile voicemail system help hackers unlock your online accounts?

In 1993, Peter Steiner submitted a pen-and-ink cartoon to The New Yorker magazine, featuring two dogs at a desk.  One of them is sitting in front of a computer screen and says to the other: “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” Steiner and The New Yorker probably didn’t realise at the time just how true that was, and… Read more

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