Tokenless two-factor authentication solution now offers even greater flexibility for users
London, 23rd April 2013 – SecurEnvoy, an expert in the field of two-factor authentication, has updated its server engine and added new functionality. The new version 7 forms the basis for the company’s entire range of solutions, which uniquely identify users with two-factor authentication. In accordance with the SecurEnvoy motto to “Put The User In Control”, this release gives even more control, allowing users to choose from SMS preload, SMS real time with flash, SMS three codes, SMS day codes, smart phone apps, laptop apps (PC or Mac) and finally it is also possible to receive the code via a landline call. Administrators can configure which token types their users can select. Continue reading
More than 350 companies have registered to take part in this year’s Infosecurity Europe, which will take place at Earls Court in London from 23rd to 25th April. The exhibitors include the two-factor authentication expert SecurEnvoy (stand H10), which will be showcasing its newly developed Version 7, the core server engine on which all SecurEnvoy solutions for secure two-factor identification are based. Continue reading
SecurEnvoy and ProSoft conclude a new distribution partnership for the DACH region
Frankfurt/Reading, 2nd April 2013 – As part of the expansion of its sales activities in the DACH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) region, the authentication specialist SecurEnvoy recently concluded a distribution, marketing and support agreement with ProSoft. The IT distributor will market the tokenless two-factor authentication solution, SecurAccess, via its extensive network of resellers. Continue reading
The leading information technology research and advisory company Gartner, Inc. recently published its “Magic Quadrant for User Authentication” (Ant Allan, March 7, 2013) and SecurEnvoy, a specialist in tokenless two-factor authentication, is now positioned in the “visionaries” category. Continue reading
The world of IT seems to like four-letter abbreviations: WLAN, SNMP, HTML – and the latest offering BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Accessing corporate networks and data using private end terminals has, however, been an issue that has had many IT managers and managing directors scratching their heads. Continue reading
Expanding operations across all continents; SecurEnvoy opens a new office in the USAs East Coast.
With financial results now published SecurEnvoy grows its pressence in the USA further with more expansion planned.
Against an industry backdrop of reducing revenues and job losses, SecurEnvoy expand and continues recruiting and expanding. Continue reading
SecurEnvoy and Ultra Electronics AEP Networks joint initiative on Tokenless® mobile phone authenticated remote access from any device
SecurEnvoy and AEP Networks have combined their SecurAccess mobile phone based tokenless® two-factor authentication and LanProtect™ corporate remote access technologies and domain experience to create a simple and highly secure solution for remote access users.
A quarter of a million Twitter users have had their accounts compromised in the latest of a string of high-profile internet security breaches.
Twitter’s information security director Bob Lord said about 250,000 users’ passwords had been stolen, as well as usernames, emails and other data. Continue reading
As the bush fires spread across Queensland and fears of Victoria in NSW also being hit, we see conversely in Europe the snow has hit and brings countries to a stand still!
In both Northern and Southern hemispheres emergencies arise and more often than not, unexpectedly.
This season we know the risk Continue reading
Smartphones and tablets are changing the landscape for how authentication is best performed in the enterprise. The phone-as-a-token authentication method is well-established as an alternative to legacy one-time password (OTP) hardware tokens for consumer-facing Web applications and corporate remote access.
Although some enterprises elect to implement multifactor authentication based Continue reading