Category Archives: News

SecurEnvoy’s OneSwipe technology finally heralds the death of the password

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

Gartner Magic Quadrant for User Authentication: SecurEnvoy positioned furthest and highest in completeness of vision and ability to execute in Niche Players Quadrant

Leading information technology research and consulting firm Gartner, Inc. recently published a new “Magic Quadrant for User Authentication” (Ant Allan, Anmol Singh, Eric Ahlm; 1 December 2014). SecurEnvoy, the inventors of tokenless two-factor authentication (2FA), were recognized for their completeness … Continue reading

SecurEnvoy releases new version 7.3

With Christmas coming along soon, SecurEnvoy offers a gift to its customers: the new version 7.3 is ready to use! One of the key new features is the new Microsoft Server Agent that replaces the IIS Agent. It now supports … Continue reading

“New Security flaw exposed in Microsoft’s remote desktop”

Many companies use Microsoft Remote Desktop Web (RD Web) in order to manage their access to server resources. Two-factor authentication (2FA) is recommended to secure this access. This usually consists of the conventional username and password components plus an additional … Continue reading

Seven billion devices for enabling tokenless two-factor authentication

According to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), there are now as many mobile phones as people in the world: about seven billion. Such devices have affected our communication behaviour and accessibility significantly over the past decades. It all started with … Continue reading

New malware on a daily basis: digital threats emanating from Asia?

The Asian region, in particular, is considered to be a major generator of insidious malware.  The main intention behind the new bugs, trojans and other such unwanted threats that emerge on a daily basis is to steal passwords.  Asian firms, … Continue reading

SecurEnvoy pushes sales in the North American market

The IT security expert SecurEnvoy is further strengthening its presence in North America. The creator of tokenless two-factor authentication recently entered into a partnership with the iNETWORKS Group. The globally active supplier of managed virtualisation, cloud, IT, network and security … Continue reading

Bash Bug laughs in the face of traditional password protection

The ease with which hackers can steal sensitive login details from companies was recently highlighted by the Bash Bug vulnerability, which is also known as Shellshock. Companies that rely only on passwords to protect login procedures risk allowing malware to … Continue reading

Strong tokenless authentication brings remote access up to PSN standard

The UK introduced the Public Services Network (PSN) to substantially reduce the cost of communication services across UK government and enable new, joined-up and shared public services for the benefit of citizens. Shetland Islands Council uses the platform extensively and … Continue reading