You may not be familiar with Bill Burr, but chances are he has had an impact on your day today. His guidelines for password security are the reason that in all probability you are adding an exclamation mark to the end of your memorable (or in reality, not so memorable) ‘secret’. The crazy thing is..
A new online advertisement from Barclays demonstrates just how easy it can be for a fraudster to call a customer and get them to divulge their security information. I defy a customer of any bank to watch this video and not think twice the next time they receive a call from someone claiming to be..
It was way back in 1969 when Reg Varney (of On the Buses fame) became the first person to withdraw cash from a hole in the wall at Barclays in Enfield, London. The cashpoint was ‘invented’ by John Shepherd-Barron OBE, but it is a lesser known fact that it was his wife who gave us..
Authlogics Partners with Nordicmind to Meet Demand for Enterprise Grade Multi-Factor Authentication in the Nordic and Baltic Regions
Authlogics Partners with Nordicmind to Meet Demand for Enterprise Grade Multi-Factor Authentication in the Nordic and Baltic Regions Authlogics today announced that it has appointed Nordicmind to drive sales of its award-winning multi-factor authentication solutions throughout the Nordic and Baltic regions. Authlogics has already achieved major global expansion in 2017, with new partner agreements in..
How you manage the public fall-out from a cyberattack is in many respects just as important as how it is being dealt with internally. Whist, at the time of writing, the details of the Tesco Bank incident have yet to be revealed, they can be applauded for opening the lines of communication quickly, but is..
In his latest video blog, Kamber Devjianie from Authlogics talks about the multi-factor alternatives available on the market right now, that can enable you to free your customers, clients, employees and IT department from password-based authentication. He explains single-sign-on, the use of biometric readers on smart devices as a method of convenience rather than security and introduces PINgrid a viable alternative to passwords.