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Any discussion of some new piece of EU legislation might sound like a waste of time if you’re based in the US – or in the UK after the vote to leave the EU. But think again…. The General Data … Continue reading
SecurEnvoy, a leader in trusted authentication is excited to announce a key engineering hire in the US, Michael Urgero. With over 25 years’ experience in assisting enterprise class organizations achieve success in secure virtualization projects involving Citrix, VMware and … Continue reading
Two factor authentication (2FA) is the only way forward for security-savvy businesses, as standard username and password combinations are now dangerously insecure. Computing Security reviews the new SecurEnvoy Version 8: SecurAccess impressed us with its superb range of 2FA features, which … Continue reading
The merging of the organic and digital worlds is undoubtedly gathering pace. As humans, we are now huge consumers of technology, which has led to patience being a virtue for very few. However, this patience is being tested on a … Continue reading
With so many companies offering free solutions to handle two-factor authentication (2FA), why on earth should anyone pay for a two-factor authentication solution? Facebook and Google offer basic 2FA functions, and of course, your bank and building society probably offer security … Continue reading
Good security should be secure, of course, but it should also be easy to use. If security becomes too cumbersome or difficult to use, then it either gets in the way of people doing their job, or it tempts them into finding … Continue reading
SecurEnvoy Channel News Update SecurEnvoy the trusted global leader of multi-device Tokenless® two-factor authentication (2FA) has today announced a strategic partner recruitment drive in line with the launch of SecurAccess v8.1.
SecurEnvoy makes Tokenless® two-factor authentication more relevant than ever. SecurEnvoy, the trusted global leader of multi-device Tokenless® two-factor authentication (2FA) has today further reduced the inconvenience of security with the launch of SecurAccess v8.1.
The recent discovery of a new strain of Android malware that can steal the login credentials of mobile banking users will have many financial institutions rushing to review how they protect their customers. The malware, detected by researchers at security … Continue reading
In a step to better protect users and reduce fears related to online privacy, two-factor authentication (2FA) has now been employed by seven of the ten largest social networking sites (including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn) as their authentication measure of choice. … Continue reading