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What is the Value of Customer Credentials?

Last month, organisations received an enormous wake-up call – news of the largest cyber-attack ever on a state government in the US. While the fact that breaches still occur is almost to be expected, it’s the magnitude of what the … Continue reading

Eurograbber hack tricks susceptible end users

Shopping or banking online depends on trust. Individuals interact with sites that they trust, and sites have to trust the person who is transacting with them. Many online banking sites are turning to two-factor authentication to confirm the identity of … Continue reading

GASA BØG GROUP Grows With SecurEnvoy

GASA BØG GROUP is one of Europe’s leading distributors of flowers and floral products, based in Denmark, with four main disciplines: wholesale, retail, garden centres and young plants. Part of the DLG Group – the 14th largest company in Denmark, GASA … Continue reading

Are You Ready for BYOD 2.0?

We’ve all become used to the acronym BYOD – or bring your own device. However, with many organisations still struggling with allowing employees to use personal devices in the workplace and we’re on the cusp of the next stage – … Continue reading

More than half of people prefer to text their friends rather than phone or meet in person!

A survey from SecurEnvoy has found that 53% of people admit that they would rather text or instant message their friends than pick up the phone or even meet in person – showing just how relationships are changing. As we … Continue reading

Top 20 SMS facts to mark the 20th anniversary of the text message

THE Short Message System (SMS), as it is properly known, has revolutionised the way we communicate and now 15 million are delivered to our mobile telephone screens every minute of the day. SecurEnvoy invented tokenless authentication; using an SMS to … Continue reading

Who do you think you are?

How do you protect your systems from fake users, when private data is so easy to come by. SecurEnvoy explore what could happen when user authentication is based on passwords and personal information. This summer, two seemingly unrelated events occurred that … Continue reading

Online trading – ensure you take adequate steps this season

Protect yourself – how to stay safe when shopping online As we ramp up to the busiest time of year for online shopping, news that many online retailers aren’t able to completely protect their customers’ data from hackers will worry … Continue reading

Australian Banks ramp up the use of more secure SMS authentication methods

“An element of convenience is needed in our lives, but that doesn’t mean dropping security levels down to the ridiculous!“ It was unfortunate that they have been using SMS as a method to send an activation code to end users … Continue reading

Don’t wipe my mac ………

The Fundamental Flaw of the ‘Find Me’ Feature Industry leader, Apple has managed to capture the public imagination in ways that still elude its closest competitors. Its game-changing design and fundamental understanding of the way that users want to interact … Continue reading

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