If you follow along with the Authlogics blog, you will probably expect us to have a hard stance on this topic. We are not in favour of the password, as you will have noticed, but if you ask us if they’re worth fixing… The answer is a very vague, yes… and no. Let us explain…
Most major organisations working with Microsoft systems will use Active Directory (AD) to centrally authenticate all resources on a network based on a central database. The solution, in theory, is a way to centrally manage user security, which sounds appealing to large organisations. The reality, however, is that AD is not secure on its own..
The enterprise IT environment of today couldn’t be more different from that of a decade ago. From cloud computing and AI to automation and VR, a host of advanced technologies are changing the way we work and network. And it’s not just enterprises that are getting more sophisticated: so too are cybercriminals. Instances of cybercrime..
We are starting the new year with a new release of our Authentication Server Suite. This release focuses on four main areas to add value to customers: user self-service, hardware tokens, choosing passwords and auditing. Updates to Password Policy Agent and Windows Desktop Logon Agent are also included to round off this release. Brand new..