You’re back in the stadium watching your favourite football team play, the crowds are going wild and your team is winning. Look again at the number of people present (when stadiums are back to full capacity) and imagine each one of those fans had the same password – football. Football fans around the world are..
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..
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..
Data breaches are regularly in the news. As hackers become more efficient and security policies begin to fail, it is becoming more glaringly obvious that most businesses are ill-equipped to fend off hackers and guarantee security against a corporate data breach. The fear now is not “will our company be hacked?” but “when will our..
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.
Last week our CEO, Steven Hope, joined leading privacy, identity and security experts from across Europe to present at Building Trust on a Hyperconnected World, an event hosted by EEMA and OASIS at the EMEA headquarters of CA Technologies, Ditton Manor. In the session entitled ‘Biometrics: the time has come?’, Steven was joined by Professor..
I truly believe we are about to turn the corner in finally replacing password-based authentication, but I am concerned that many organisations (some vendors and some end-user businesses) are getting a little distracted with the current flavours of the month. Last month I posted a blog explaining why emojis are not the future of authentication…
Retail banks around the work are trying to get to grips with a difficult challenge. How to make their identification and authentication processes secure enough to protect them and satisfy the regulators, but at the same time balance that with the desire of customers to have a frictionless experience. This was one of the key..
Here at Winfrasoft we think action cameras are great pieces of kit, whether you want capture for posterity the three-legged race at the school sports day, or are abseiling down a cliff. However, this morning we were as surprised as anyone to learn that the camera and the images, video and audio recorded and stored..