Monthly Archives: September 2012

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 … Continue reading

SecurEnvoy are finalists in the ‘Identity & Access Management Solution of the Year’

SecurEnvoy have been nominated in the category of Best ‘Identity & Access Management Solution of the Year’ News released today has formally been confirmed SecurEnvoy are finalists in the ‘Identity & Access Management Solution of the Year’ category! www.computingsecurityawards.co.uk

Passwords – do you know the trick to getting them right?

Passwords. We all use them as the gateway to our personal information, emails, different websites – you name it. And, the reality is that (whether we admit it or not) most of us reuse passwords between different applications or sites. … Continue reading

Passwords are proving that they are often the weakest link

Commenting on reports that hackers can now gain ready access to the password hints file(s) on Windows 7 and the upcoming Windows 8 platform, SecurEnvoy says this is just another example of how the integrity of passwords has become seriously … Continue reading

Taking remote access to the extreme

Taking remote access to the extremes – how do you remote access and authenticate from some of the most hostile places in the world? James Ketchell, explorer and innovator behind ‘pushing limits’, makes contact from the desert! At 42°C on … Continue reading

How Secure Is the Cloud, Really?

About two thirds of organizations moving data to the cloud have little or no knowledge about what measures their providers have put in place to protect data, a recent survey found. It was observed however, “Whether your data is on … Continue reading

Facebook and Dropbox in favour of SMS to strengthen security

More websites should ask customers to confirm their identification by using one-off security codes sent by text messages, rather than by only entering a username and password. Andy Kemshall of security firm Securenvoy warned that a study of security professionals … Continue reading

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