Tag Archive: MFA

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 […]

Usability doesn’t have to be sacrificed for security with single sign-on authentication

Are usability and security mutually exclusive, or two sides of the same coin? Security doesn’t need to put obstacles in […]

What is Multi Factor Authentication?

There is a a bewildering amount of information out there on MFA, read our guide to the features that matter. […]

Major update to SecurAccess announced for 31 October launch

London, 4 October 2017,  SecurEnvoy have teased the market with the announcement of the soon to be launched Version 9 update […]

Password changes ‘too hard for the country’s top minds’ – it’s official

The UK’s new National Cyber Security Centre (www.ncsc.gov.uk) was recently officially opened by the Queen, with a mission to spread […]

Two-factor authentication could have stopped so many breaches

Two-factor authentication could have stopped the LinkedIn breach. Fact. Back in 2012, the social networking site LinkedIn was hacked and 6.5 […]

Housing Technology: SecurEnvoy’s tokenless two-factor authentication in housing

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SecurEnvoy provides secure two-factor authentication without compromise

The security company RSA, the developer of two-factor authentication with RSA SecurID tokens, recently issued a warning about its own software. […]

Nature’s way of keeping us on our toes?

As the bush fires spread across Queensland and fears of Victoria in NSW also being hit, we see conversely in […]