Awards season is officially upon us, with the Grammys, Baftas, Oscars, Academy Awards, and others already underway, set to bring excitement to the daily coffee break chats in offices across the world. Here at Authlogics, we love the awards season. Yes, there are movie buffs amongst us, but what causes more excitement in our office..
It’s that time of year again, with 2019 behind us, and 2020 stretching far ahead. What’s to come this year is the question that most businesses will be pondering in January. We’ve made some cybersecurity predictions for 2020 and have considered: What do we need to prepare for? What has the potential to catch us..
Data Protection Day, also known as Data Privacy Day in the US, is an annual, internationally recognised day created to raise awareness about data security, and promote privacy and data protection — an issue which has become particularly pressing in recent years, thanks to all of the mainstream media attention on the myriad data breaches..
Passwords are not secure. We speak about this “ad nauseam” working with clients daily to discuss what the issues really are and the real-life impacts that weak password solutions can have on a business. A total takeover, non-adherence to compliance, loss of IP, finances & reputation and putting all of your users and staff at..
In this article, we explain why you need a password security management solution. In a study conducted by Risk Based Security, it was found that 69 per cent of people have genuine concerns about their online identity being stolen. Yet, of those same people, 81 per cent still re-use their passwords, leaving themselves extremely vulnerable..
Has your bank informed you of their recent security improvements? UK banks and financial institutions have been announcing the use of SMS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to secure your accounts and financial transactions. So far we’ve seen the likes of HSBC, Co-Operative Bank, Metro Bank, NatWest Bank and many others jump on board the SMS MFA..
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..
If you follow tech news or the New York Times, you may have seen a story this month about Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, having his Twitter account hacked through an increasingly common tactic from hackers, SIM porting. A tactic which renders no mobile SIM 100% safe and therefore no SMS two-factor authentication solution totally safe…
Oh, data breaches. With every passing day there is another story in the tech news, and often even mainstream news, bringing to light a breach that exposed the personal data of thousands, if not millions of users, as well as the vulnerability of the organisations that should have been keeping it safe. If daily sounds..