Monthly Archives: October 2012

OMG! Are you ‘textlexic’ LOL? Six in 10 adults admit they can’t understand abbreviations in text messages

OMG! Are you ‘textlexic’ LOL? Six in 10 adults admit they can’t understand abbreviations in text messages: Initials confuse many phone users, survey finds Fears that written English standards may decline Millions of ‘textlexic’ Britons are unable to understand the … Continue reading

“The challenge any organization is facing is that it has to deal with: more users, beyond the employees, with more types of devices, and with access to applications”

SecurEnvoy met last week with Analyst, Martin Kuppinger, at the RSA conference. Discussing why SecurEnvoy’s technology is interesting with Analyst Martin Kuppinger of Kuppinger Cole, covered a conversation around the focus in the ‘business to business’ space and not the … Continue reading

Microsoft Acquisition of PhoneFactor Promotes the Future of Tokenless Two-Factor Authentication

“Microsoft’s acquisition of US-based PhoneFactor cements the role of Tokenless®  two-factor authentication in securing access to applications, websites and sensitive data.  “Tokenless two-factor authentication uses a phone (normally a mobile but sometimes also a desk phone) to provide the second … Continue reading

25% of People are Prone to Using Text Words Instead of Normal English

A survey from SecurEnvoy has found that text phrases – such as C U L8r, LOL etc – have become so much part of our daily lives that one in four Brits claim they are Textlexic – prone to using … Continue reading

Sophos and SecurEnvoy offer tokenless decryption

SecurEnvoy and Sophos have joined forces to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) using SMS messages for full disk encryption. The new partnership will develop a tokenless 2FA solution for laptops and other devices meeting requirements for flexible working without the worry … Continue reading

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