October 6, 2021 – The 2020 pandemic and resulting work-from-home experience yielded an important conclusion regarding cybersecurity: identity is the new perimeter. Our CTO John Callahan, featured in Brilliance Security Magazine, explains how tightly-coupled digital transformation efforts and digita lidentity are. Click 👇 to read more now. As Veridium we are proud to offer an all-in-one solution
September 17, 2021 – According to the HP Wolf Security report that was published earlier this month, 23% of office workers globally could continue to predominantly work from home post-pandemic, while an additional 16% could split their time between the home and the office. The “Rebellions & Rejections” report from HP Wolf
September 10, 2021 – The United Nations has admitted that malicious figures were able to breach its network earlier this year and steal data which could now be used for facilitating future attacks on the organization as well as on other agencies. Baber Amin, our COO (Chief Operating Officer), commented to Techradar stating that the
September 9, 2021 – Rajiv Pimplaskar, our CRO (Chief Revenue Officer), told Threatpost that the breach is “a stark reminder of today’s dangers with password-based systems. While enterprises and users are starting to adopt passwordless authentication methods like ‘phone as a token’ and FIDO2 for customer and Single Sign On (SSO)
September 3, 2021 – We are proud to be featured in this great article published by Financial Times where Hannah Murphy, the Tech Correspondent at FT, is focusing on the problems caused by passwords, how Veridium and other leading companies approach this problem and a perspective on how a passwordless
April 30, 2021 – Russia seems to have interpreted Washington’s warning about “seen and unseen” consequences to mean some portion of the Holiday Bear response will be literally undetectable. Calling the notion “ridiculous,” “stupidity,” Russian official Andrei Krutskikh said, “The technological capabilities of Russia allow us to see absolutely everything.
Experian lending partner bug exposes credit data. Watch out for leaky APIs and other third-party risk!
April 29, 2021 – Leading American consumer credit bureau Experian was notified of a flaw in their application programming interface (API) that exposed the credit card scores of tens of millions of US users, KrebsOnSecurity reports. Independent researcher Bill Demirkapi discovered the issue when, while using a lender’s site, he
April 29, 2021 – Am 6. Mai ist wieder Welt-Passwort-Tag, der für den verantwortungsvollen Umgang mit persönlichen Zugangsdaten sensibilisieren will. Mit der Umsetzung der PSD2-Richtlinie, die nun an Fahrt aufgenommen hat, ist die Sicherheit digitaler Transaktionen zwar verstärkt ins allgemeine Bewusstsein gerückt, doch immer noch sind schwache Passwörter als Authentifizierungsfaktor
April 29, 2021 – A new report- Ransomware Attack Vectors Shift as New Software Vulnerability Exploits Abound from Coveware ’s Quarterly Ransomware Report, Coveware notes “Data exfiltration extortion continues to be prevalent and we have reached an inflection point where the vast majority of ransomware attacks now include the theft of corporate
April 21, 2021 – The White House said on Tuesday that President Joe Biden‘s administration is beginning a 100-day plan to guard critical U.S. electric infrastructure against sophisticated cyber threats. See comments from John Callahan, our CTO, on particularly the lack of interoperability between ICS, OT, IoT devices/networks in general.