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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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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VIDEO: Explaining 3FA

Last week I posted a video explaining Authlogics approach to 1.5FA. This week, I want to talk about 3FA which is an extension of 2FA (something you have and something you know)  by the addition of something you are doing that is specific to a task, typically known in the industry as transaction signing.

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VIDEO: Understanding 1.5FA

Way back in December 2012, I met with a journalist in London to introduce the concept of 1.5FA. Roll forward four years and I find myself still having similar conversations. Organisations are desperately looking for a more flexible approach to how they deploy authentication. There are instances where 2FA and 3FA are a requirement (it may be..

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