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The Lowry, Salford Quays turns to tokenless access Two-factor authentication from SecurEnvoy

An architectural flagship was built in 2000 in Salford Quays, the harbour docks of Manchester. The Lowry has become a cultural centre of the English city. The staff use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when organising its numerous events. And … Continue reading

Lockton International switches to the tokenless authentication solution SecurAccess

Take precautions rather than losing out: This motto is especially true for insurance brokers such as Lockton International. The company not only attaches great importance to this philosophy with regard to its customers, but also with regard to its own … Continue reading

Try your luck in the SecurEnvoy World Cup Predictor Competition!

The World Cup kicks off today – not a moment too soon in the opinion of millions of fans around the globe who have been looking forward to the event for a long time. Four weeks of mesmerising ball skills … Continue reading

More branched, faster, more virtual – but are future IT networks also safer?

At the start of each year, predictions for the next 365 days are always popular. This also applies to the IT sector. For 2014, experts attached particular significance to the topics of virtualisation, cloud computing, network optimisation and Software Defined … Continue reading

Eight working time models – one single secure access method

The traditional 40-hour week or the ‘9 to 5 job’ are increasingly making way for somewhat more flexible models. Employees switch to such options in particular if they have young children, care for sick relatives or want to commute less. … Continue reading

18,000 miles in 214 days: SecurEnvoy employee James Ketchell completes his global cycling trip

Travelling 18,000 miles around the world by bicycle: What sounds like the storyline for an adventure film was in fact the personal adventure of James Ketchell. After 214 days away, the British globetrotter has now completed his trip around the … Continue reading

Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2014: SecurEnvoy wins an award for international trade

The IT company SecurEnvoy has been announced as one of the winners of the 2014 Queen’s Award for Enterprise. It is the most significant and most prestigious business award across the commonwealth and rest of the world and this year … Continue reading

Tokenless two-factor authentication defies “Heartbleed”

The existence of Heartbleed, a vulnerability in the OpenSSL open source software, was recently announced. The OpenSSL encryption tool is used worldwide on countless websites, which means the loophole can be used by hackers to access data stored on computers, … Continue reading

Infosecurity Europe: SecurEnvoy closes the back door in order to prevent data spying

Those who come in through the back door often have something to hide – and this also applies to the IT scene. For example, data spies can use back doors in token-based authentication solutions to steal information about companies. The … Continue reading

If even a five-year-old can crack the Xbox password security…

…how much damage could a professional hacker do in a company network? At just five years of age, Kristoffer von Hassel recently caused a stir when he effortlessly circumvented the Microsoft Xbox console’s password security. He wanted to log in … Continue reading



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