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.
Analysts Gartner reviewed vendors in the two factor authentication market and acknowledged SecurEnvoy as ‘one to watch’
London (UK) 10th January 2013: SecurEnvoy, the inventor of tokenless® authentication, today announced that it has partnered with PasswordBank to bring the leading tokenless two-factor authentication capabilities to the PasswordBank identity management offering.
Customers will be able to access cloud solutions, such as Google Apps, Office365 and Salesforce.com, Continue reading
Last month, organisations received an enormous wake-up call – news of the largest cyber-attack ever on a state government in the US. While the fact that breaches still occur is almost to be expected, it’s the magnitude of what the criminals stand to make from the data stolen that beggars belief. Is there any way to stop criminals profiting from our information? Continue reading
Many online banking sites are turning to two-factor authentication to confirm the identity of the individual they are transacting with – typically an ‘out-of-band’ method of authentication using a token or SMS message to a mobile phones. Continue reading
GASA BØG GROUP is one of Europe’s leading distributors of flowers and floral products, based in Denmark, with four main disciplines: wholesale, retail, garden centres and young plants. Part of the DLG Group – the 14th largest company in Denmark, GASA BØG GROUP has multiple offices both here, around Europe and the world – including Holland, Germany, England, Poland, Italy and Sweden. Continue reading
We’ve all become used to the acronym BYOD – or bring your own device. However, with many organisations still struggling with allowing employees to use personal devices in the workplace and we’re on the cusp of the next stage – BYOD 2.0! Continue reading
A survey from SecurEnvoy has found that 53% of people admit that they would rather text or instant message their friends than pick up the phone or even meet in person – showing just how relationships are changing. As we approach the holiday season, it seems more likely than ever that your friends will text or instant message you than call, or even meet up in person. Continue reading
THE Short Message System (SMS), as it is properly known, has revolutionised the way we communicate and now 15 million are delivered to our mobile telephone screens every minute of the day. SecurEnvoy invented tokenless authentication; using an SMS to send a passcode to authenticate the user. This great idea of pre-loading has been patented over ten years ago by the innovation company, SecurEnvoy, for commercial use.
Here are twenty other ways texting is being used in todays fast moving world …………… Continue reading
How do you protect your systems from fake users, when private data is so easy to come by. SecurEnvoy explore what could happen when user authentication is based on passwords and personal information.
This summer, two seemingly unrelated events occurred that should have caused IT managers everywhere to pause and think. Continue reading
As we ramp up to the busiest time of year for online shopping, news that many online retailers aren’t able to completely protect their customers’ data from hackers will worry many people when shopping online, especially with smaller or less known websites. Continue reading
SecurEnvoy Present at Bradford Security Technology Day
Come and join the inventors of tokenless two factor authentication at a Security Technology Day hosted by Complete IT Systems, on the 21st May 2013 at Bradford City Football Club.
The day will consist of Keynote Speakers from leading security technology vendors with opportunities for live...Read More...
SecurEnvoy exhibit in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia.
Join SecurEnvoy and AEP on March 20th & 21st when we exhibit at the Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia.
With a growing number of customers based in Malaysia, SecurEnvoy visit to meet new partners in the region to expand its presence.... Read More...
Central European office opens this week in Frankfurt, Germany.
With expansion in central Europe at its highest levels for SecurEnvoy a new office is opened. The expansion extends with news of a record number of new resellers training in the product set.
To enquire about becoming a SecurEnvoy partner please contact us.... Read More...
SecurEnvoy exhibiting at LawTech Futures 2013
SecurEnvoy are exhibiting at LawTech Futures 2013 at QEII Conference Centre, London on the 30th April 2013. SecurEnvoy will be presenting its Tokenless Two Factor authentication solutions and discussing how it can help Legal organisations to secure their remote workforce.
SecurEnvoy and Securelink present at Den Haag
Come and join SecurEnvoy and Securelink on March 6th 2013 to see the future of tokenless authentication in Den Haag.
The inventors of tokenless two factor authentication visit to present where the future is heading and how this is being addressed in today’s solutions from SecurEnvoy.... Read More...
SecurEnvoy and ASD present a roadshow in South Africa
Come and join SecurEnvoy, Distributor ASD and Reseller Partners to see the future of tokenless authentication in South Africa from February 18th to February 22nd .
The inventors of tokenless two factor authentication visit to present where the future is heading and how this is being addres...Read More...
SecurEnvoy present in Dubai
Come and join SecurEnvoy, Distributor and Reseller Partners to see the future of tokenless authentication in Dubai on February 19th 2013.
The inventors of tokenless two factor authentication visit to present where the future is heading and how this is being addressed in today’s solut...Read More...
Enjoy Infosec Holland in Utrecht with SecurEnvoy and partners
Attending for the fifth year at Infosec Holland, SecurEnvoy will be showing the latest ‘tokenless’ version live at the event this year. With the introduction of additional functionality, our team will be spread throughout the show with distributor TechAccess and Elite partners Motiv a...Read More...
Join SecurEnvoy, Sophos and Renaissance at Techtrade Dublin
October 23rd, Join us at Irelands largest Security event Techtrade at Citywest in Dublin.
SecurEnvoy, inventors of tokenless authentication, will be showing the tokenless authentication solutions and for the first time show to the public a live demonstration of the integration with Sophos ...Read More...
SecurEnvoy present with Sonicwall and Sophos in Iceland. Öryggi og tölvukerfi – 28. september – Grand Hótel
NORRIQ NetPartner og Omnis efna til spennandi ráðstefnu um öryggismál í upplýsingatækni. Ráðstefnan er tæknilegs eðlis og er ætluð fagfólki, stjórnendum og öllum áhugamönnum um öryggismál í upplýsingatækni. Á ráðstefnunni fara sérfræðingar frá Infinigate, SonicWALL, ...Read More...
Bringing BYOD and two factor authentication one step closer
Tampa, Florida: SecurEnvoy hosts the continuing debate – with the rise of BYOD where does the responsibility of 2FA remain? Bringing thought leaders together in this debate we offer the BYOT solution (bring your own token) and let the user select the authentication method as they do the dev...Read More...
SecurEnvoy holds CISO event in Beijing, Next Generation of Two Factor Authentication
Join 45 of the regions respected CISO’s meet to review the emergence of Tokenless Two Factor Authentication from the Inventors of ‘tokenless’ two factor authentication, SecurEnvoy.
Contact us to join as a delegate: email@example.com... Read More...
Join our African Seminar tour from July 9th, 2012
Starting in Pretoria, South Africa, SecurEnvoy and partner AfricaSD are touring with partners such as ISA and BCX to provide a hands-on experience of working with the worlds leading two factor authentication products.
Enabling the experience of seeing how to install in less than hour, depl...Read More...
T Secure, leader in Security Distribution in Russia invite you to participate in the free seminar "Doing Business in security".
T Secure, leader in Security Distribution in Russia invite you to May 17 2012 at 10:00 am to participate in the free seminar “Doing Business in security” .
The seminar will feature the following products and theme: «Nipper Studio: Security auditing of network devices; SecurAcc...Read More...
100% securITy: an integrated approach to building the information security business
June 1, 2012 Moscow: the company Softline – a leading supplier of integrated solutions in the Russian market of information security – to invite you at the II Annual conference on the latest technologies to ensure safety of business: 100% securITy: an integrated approach to building...Read More...
West Coast USA office opens in San Diego, California.
With our East Coast office opening in the New Year, SecurEnvoy has received such a welcome in the USA and an increase in revenues to justify the opportunity of a second office to cover the increase in demand from the West Coast region.
To enquire about our product set or to become a resell...Read More...
Sapphire Partners with SecurEnvoy – Global Leader of Tokenless® Authentication
Leading security consultancy, Sapphire, today announced that it has signed partnership agreements, as Elite Partners, with SecurEnvoy, the inventor of tokenless® authentication.
Sapphire has a wide portfolio of products and services and has been providing security solutions to organisatio...Read More...
SecurEnvoy and AEP develop a BYOD solution for providing remote access to business applications
In a joint project, security experts SecurEnvoy and Ultra Electronics AEP Networks have developed a solution for providing remote access to business applications. The system combines the SecurAccess two-factor authentication solution from SecurEnvoy and LANProtectTM from AEP. The latter allows bu...Read More...
Global Banking & Finance Review: Passwords – They’re not going away so you have to get them right
Houston, we have a problem. There is no such thing as an un-crackable password. In 1995, the US Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) reported that approximately 80 percent of the security incidents they received were related to poorly chosen passwords. Seventeen years later and little has chan...Read More...
The Hidden Cost Of Upgrading Your iPhone
Millions of people have already bought the new iPhone 5 which was launched last week (they sold 5 million in the first three days) – and many millions more have it on order. For many others, the new iPhone 5 will bring down the cost of the 4 and 4S, so even if they’re not going to the very la...Read More...
Security company claims that Windows file exposure is proof
Security outfit SecurEnvoy claims that the recently discovered Windows 7/8 password hints file exposure is another nail in the coffin for passwords. It has been reported how hackers can now gain ready access to the password hints file on Windows 7 and the upcoming Windows 8 platform.
Press for July 2012
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Security is like coffee
Is your security like your choice of coffee? asks Andy Kemshall, CTO at authentication product company SecurEnvoy.
The coffee shop can be traced as far back as the 15th century, although the actual year and place is open to debate. However, what the various ‘legends’ have in common, ...Read More...
Nieuwe vormen telewerken introduceren risico's
De stortvloed aan nieuwe mobiele apparatuur bezorgt it-beheerorganisaties aardig wat kopzorgen. Iedereen met een mooie nieuwe smartphone of tablet wil natuurlijk zijn zakelijke e-mail lezen en het liefst ook andere zakelijke taken uitvoeren. Maar een toenemend extern gebruik van bedrijfstoepassin...Read More...
Consigned to History by the Smartphone
It might seem hard to believe but the mobile phone was first introduced to the UK in 1985. Just twenty seven years later and the device that we now love is hardly recognisable to those first Motorola handsets. And it’s not just the size and battery life that’s changed. Let’s face it, if you...Read More...
Password creation policies are the enemy of secure passphrases
Commenting on reports that a security developer has concluded that password-creation policies are the enemy of secure passwords, SecurEnvoy co-founder Steve Watts says that the fundamental issue is that conventional ID/password security is now coming to the end of the line as far as security is c...Read More...
Tokenless two factor authentication definition; What it is is a combination of two of the three alternatives; something I know, something I own or something I am such as biometric. SecurEnvoy use the something I know ( a username and a password unique to the individual) and something I have/own which is a mobile device. Either via SMS, an app, a secure email or a voice call SecurEnvoy allows the users to choose which is the favoured method of choice to the end user.
Using Apps as Authenticators
Software on a phone in the past was too difficult to deploy and manage. Now with the advent of the app stores form Apple, Blackberry, Android and Windows so its now free and easy to deploy. However its not necessarily secure, so SecurEnvoy invented a method that anyone with a smart device can have an app deployed but one that is unique and individual to each device. Only half the seed records are stored, the other half is at the server level; competitors however leave the whole seed on the device and charge for each and every one of them, moreover they are easy to lave on the device when its upgraded then leaving a potential security flaw! Lean how SecurEnvoy overcome this issue. More at www.securenvoy.com/animations/overview/animations.shtm
Sophos Encryption passwords; best practice with SecurEnvoy
Analysts Goode Intelligence discusses the best practice for managing Encryption Passwords. Specifically for Sophos SafeGuard working with tokenless leader SecurEnvoy.
Delays in SMS authentication
Goode Intelligence and SecurEnvoy discuss the SMS delays that tokenless authentication companies face and the patented [reloaded option SecurEnvoy invented and brought to market.
The History of SMS authentication - innovation
Alan Goode of Goode Intelligence speaks to Andy Kemshall of SecurEnvoy about the history of where SMS authentication came from, where was it first used and how it has progressed over the years.