PSM enhancements Press Release

PRESS RELEASE: Authlogics announces enhancements to its Password Security Management Product to help enterprises level up their passwords 

BRACKNELL, 22nd July 2021 – Authlogics, a leader in the simplification of end-to-end authentication, has today announced the latest enhancements to its dynamic Password Security Management (PSM) product, which will help enterprises ‘level up’ their password policies in order to ensure heightened security.  Instead of traditional costly policies which encourage users to change their passwords..

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Level Up Go Stronger For Longer

Level Up Your Passwords!

It is well known that longer passwords are more secure than short ones, however, when it comes to IT security users will usually do the bare minimum. If a password policy only requires an 8 character password, most users will only use 8 characters and no more. This behaviour is partly down to laziness, but..

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Breached Passwords and Euros Football

What can breached passwords tell us? With the Euros underway, they can tell us to stop and think

Here at Authlogics, we’re extremely privileged to have access to a cache of password-related data. The Password Breach Database is a treasure trove for security analysis, allowing us to use the 1 billion unique clear text passwords to develop trends and patterns found in data breaches that have exposed passwords, allowing us to make inferences..

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COMB data breach

3.2 billion credentials (emails and passwords) rinsed up, cleaned out and COMBed

Authlogics detect shared and breached passwords offering priority protection BRACKNELL 18th FEBRUARY 2021 – The COMB (Compilation of Many Data Breaches) data breach consists of many previous data breaches that include large companies like LinkedIn, Hotmail, and Netflix culminating in over 3.2 billion compromised credentials (emails and passwords) being reported. The victims of this breach..

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Reflecrtion Prediction Blog

Reflection & Prediction

No-one could have predicted how 2020 was going to pan out when we welcomed the new year in all those months ago before lockdowns and remote working were part of our daily setup for this year.  Many industries have struggled throughout but the technology sector and in particular cybersecurity have never been so busy (well..

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