How many of your company passwords have been breached?
With 50% more publicly breached passwords than HaveIBeenPwned, the Authlogics Password Breach Database contains over 4.5 billion breached credentials, including 1.3 billion clear text passwords; not just uncracked hashes.
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What are the risks of not locking your organisation’s front door?
The risk of financial penalties that can be imposed by regulators for data protection issues may grab the headline, however, Steven Hope, CEO of Authlogics stresses that the havoc that can wreaked upon an organisation, if the ‘bad guys’ can use the permissions and credentials of a breached password to access the network.
How has the market changed since NIST guidance in 2017?
Organisations are today better informed about following best practice frameworks in relation to passwords. However, there is still a common misconception that security needs to be difficult. Kamber Devjianie, Global Head of Sales at Authlogics, debunks this myth by explaining how it should be simple to deploy, simple to use and simple to maintain.
How has Authlogics adapted to the changing threat landscape?
When Authlogics started it quickly built a reputation in the multi-factor authentication (MFA) space and was one of the first pioneers of password less technology. CEO of Authlogics, Steven Hope, explains how today it is helping organisations around the world to make their passwords safe to use whether with or without MFA.
Yasser Ghaleb Alothman, Director of Digital Risk & Information Security
“Authlogics is independent, deployed on-prem, and has PINgrid and PINpass technologies. Authlogics stays secure even if the device is hacked as the passcode is based on a dynamic code combined with human knowledge (a pattern or a PIN).
Other MFA systems rely on the security of the device through the generation of a One-Time Passcode (OTP), but we couldn’t depend on the mere generation of OTP for older devices. Authlogics addressed this need, especially with the help of PinGRID technology.”
Stuart Walters, IT DirectorTaylor Wessing
“Authlogics’ PINgrid was by far the most useful product that we looked at during our time at the show.”
Pierre Liddle, IT Information Security Risk ManagerWebber Wentzel
“The solution is less susceptible to eavesdropping and users don’t have to carry phones or keypads with them, which makes the whole arrangement very simple.”
Matt Connor, IT Operations ManagerNHS Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital
“We had total confidence in replacing our hard-tokens with a 1.5FA solution and we would encourage other NHS trusts to explore this approach.”
Brian Campbell, Information Technology Security OfficerCity of St. Petersburg
“PINgrid is absolutely the solution we were looking for but didn’t expect to find. It works perfectly, is consistent and we have no complaints or problems at all. We are very pleased indeed.”
Jon Cosson, Head of ITJM Finn
“PINgrid combines ease-of-use with its highly secure patented algorithm, ticks all the boxes and allows the FCA to sign-off on the security aspects. We’ve had it pen-tested many times by different testing firms, and it’s passed with flying colours every time.”