London, UK: SecurEnvoy expanded the leadership ranks last week by adding three experienced executives to the team. Phil Underwood has been appointed CIO, Nigel Dyson, Product Development Manager and Greg Gerik, CMO.
A pin. A tap. And you’re in. It’s that simple. The way we access our digital lives is on the cusp of radical change. Passwords will finally become a thing of the past, as a revolutionary new way of two … Continue reading
SecurEnvoy Boosts Reach in Australia and New Zealand through New Distribution Partnership with Connector Systems
SYDNEY 27th March, 2015: SecurEnvoy, the original inventor of token-less authentication, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Australia / New Zealand-based IT distributor, Connector Systems, to bring its Two Factor Authentication product portfolio to a broader market … Continue reading
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The world’s most popular passwords have been revealed – and it’s the predictable ‘password’ that tops the list. Almost five per cent of computer users chose the simple code, according to a new study revealing the 10,000 most used words to … Continue reading
The Queen’s cousin met the staff of leading two factor authentication company SecurEnvoy, to open the authentication company’s new Merlin House headquarters in Theale, UK. The Duke of Kent unveiled a plaque to mark the occasion for the multi-million pound … Continue reading
For over a decade we’ve been warning people of the security weaknesses posed by using passwords alone – and this is being reaffirmed with the news that LinkedIn password have been breached. For B2B it’s worth the investment to use … Continue reading
It might seem hard to believe but the mobile phone was first introduced 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 … Continue reading
It’s been 12 months since the security world woke to the horror that RSA Security’s systems had been compromised and – as the company has reluctantly confirmed – its many tens of millions of SecurID hardware tokens would have to … Continue reading
SecurEnvoy has launched a new service where users are permitted to choose which device they wish to receive their soft token upon. Named SecurBYOT (bring your own token), the company said it has the ability to provision 100,000 new users … Continue reading