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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) backs strong authentication to boost US digital security

NIST report backs strong authentication to boost US digital security  “Our reliance on passwords presents a tempting target for malicious actors. [..] Consequently, we are making it too easy for those who seek to do harm, whether they be nation-states, … Continue reading

Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has issued new guidelines for baseline security

Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has issued what it describes as “The Essential Eight”; ASD highlights multi-factor authentication as essential for baseline security. Hackers are sometimes portrayed as evil geniuses, but in most instances they are just ordinary criminals preying on the … Continue reading

SecurEnvoy attends the Citrix Technical Expert Council

SecurEnvoy are proud to be a validated tokenless two-factor authentication partner with Citrix Systems who are the global leader in virtual desktops, applications and cloud solutions. SecurEnvoy is a global leader in two-factor authentication and has been securing access to networks and … Continue reading

Latest in the authentication video series

So many users are now moving to our tokenless solution that we created a series of videos for you to enjoy the concepts of what you could do with the old tokens when you no longer need these dated plastic … Continue reading

Predictions for the year ahead

New Year’s Resolution(s): As the new year begins, the papers are full of predictions and tips on how to become a better, slimmer, smarter, more successful version of yourself. It is a time for new beginnings and earnest resolutions that often … Continue reading

Enjoy a firework with us this New Year

Find your old token on the next Firework – Happy New Year.Say ‘Goodbye’ to tokens and ‘Hello’ to tokenless.SecurEnvoy, the inventors of tokenless authentication. Enjoy a little fun with us:      

Two-factor authentication could have stopped so many breaches

Two-factor authentication could have stopped the LinkedIn breach. Fact. Back in 2012, the social networking site LinkedIn was hacked and 6.5 million encrypted passwords were reported stolen. It was a big story at the time, and users were advised to reset … Continue reading

If tokens are too easy to forget, here’s the alternative

When you leave the token behind it is time to move to the real alternative – tokenless – it just works! How many times do you leave the token at home when you are traveling, or on the desk, even … Continue reading

It could have been so different for Yahoo

It was the biggest data breach in history and tech giant Yahoo is paying a heavy price for failing to protect the account details of an estimated 500 million customers. Apart from the reputational damage caused by the revelation, the sale … Continue reading

Tokens and children don’t always mix …….

Its that season to consider access and working remotely. Authenticate yourself using your device with SecurEnvoy and not plastic fobs! This time of year, with new gadgets finding their way into the home and kitchen, they say never mix work … Continue reading



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