Tag Archive: MFA

Some tips for login security on every day of the year

Things individuals and employers can do to secure passwords and keep data breaches at bay. It seems that every day […]

Data Breach Investigations Report – some things, unfortunately, don’t change

Why MFA continues to be recommended explicitly for preventing data breaches.  Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report has just been […]

Top 5 things to consider for better access management security

Bolster your defences and make your business more secure Whether you’ve already taken steps to secure your data and networks […]

Application security risk? Are your legacy software applications letting you down?

How Single-Sign On and Multi-Factor Authentication can help protect your systems. It can be a real challenge for any IT […]

PCI regulations are changing. And MFA is a big part of it.

PCI Multi Factor Authentication As of today,  anyone responsible for treating or handing personal card data will be subject to […]

Passwords are not cool. Biometrics as MFA are the way forward.

How biometrics is taking MFA one step further and creating an incredibly quick and easy authentication Film producers have recognised […]

SecurAccess helps cryptocurrency and gaming business bring true crypto currency security to its users

Single sign-on and multi-factor authentication providing safe access for crypto currency investors and their investments Cryptocurrencies are growing at an […]

Passwordless authentication is the future

How MFA provides an intuitive way for users to keep your network and information secure In most areas, computer technology […]

Biometric multi-factor authentication: Secure your core business applications… with your face

SecurEnvoy adds Apple FaceID as another authentication option to their multi-factor authentication platform. Our developers aren’t the kind of people […]

How mobile multi factor authentication is making life easier for users and admin

Unobtrusive authentication for users via their phones, SMS, NFC and biometrics. The day of the password is numbered – and […]