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After Gmail hacking: conventional password protection is not enough

Hackers recently got their hands on almost five million Google Mail passwords and published these on the Internet. Such news stories show that conventional password protection is no longer sufficient on its own. SecurEnvoy, the inventor of tokenless two-factor authentication, … Continue reading

Free-of-charge white paper informs about the risks associated with digital certificates

Wherever secure transactions or network access are required, the person requesting access first needs to prove their identity. One of the methods for user identification is the use of digital certificates (certs), which are like digital ID cards. This procedure … Continue reading

PCI-compliant payment processing: Tokenless two-factor authentication overcomes the compliance issues

Service companies in particular hold a large amount of customer data that requires a high level of protection. When storing information for processing payments, companies also have to meet special PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliance requirements. … Continue reading

Asian market is increasingly recognising the benefits of tokenless two-factor authentication

Tokenless two-factor authentication is becoming increasingly popular in Asia. Security vendor SecurEnvoy are currently expanding ahead of expectations in this flourishing market as a result. Proof of this is the continued expansion from the inventor of tokenless two-factor authentication. Its … Continue reading

Data interception! … How to use Wi-Fi hotspots safely

They are everywhere, tempting you in: colourful posters telling you there’s “Free Wi-Fi” – in airports, fast food restaurants, museums and even DIY stores! So, private users and business people alike happily log in free-of-charge to check their e-mails, go … Continue reading

Secure your network communications against the secret services

The political relationship between Germany and the USA is in a crisis. Just recently the media reported on a BND employee who is said to have been working as a double agent for the CIA. The Federal Republic drew their … Continue reading

Tokenless two-factor authentication down under: SecurEnvoy reports 40% growth in sales

Leading security vendor SecurEnvoy has increased its sales in the Australia/New Zealand (ANZ) distribution region by 40%. This growth has led to the company’s first Australian based staff to better serve customers and channel partners. The ‘bring your own device’ … Continue reading

Who ate all the pies?

Access from within or from outside has got to be controlled, but it’s the only way to keep the business running at today’s fast pace, for users to gain access wherever they are and at any time.

The engineering group Uticon utilises the tokenless user identification solution provided by SecurAccess

The project engineers of the Dutch firm Uticon Engineering Consultancy are often out on construction sites and therefore access their corporate network remotely. In order to provide secure access to the network, Uticon has installed the two-factor authentication solution SecurAccess … Continue reading

kes special “Mobile Security”: OTPs without hardware token

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