Regulation and compliance to become business critical in 2020

By John Spencer | January 27, 2020
In 2020, businesses can expect a range of regulations to be enforced, including the delayed strong customer authentication (SCA) requirement of the Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2). This requires financial service providers to provide two layers of authentication on high value purchases over £28 – aiming to improve the security of online transactions and reduce […]
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Veridium application joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network and is available in AWS Marketplace

By John Spencer | December 17, 2019
We are excited to announce that our Veridium application is now available in the AWS Marketplace, an engagement that provides complete cloud services and a management portfolio to our enterprise customers and prospects. This expanded relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS) can help businesses redefine strong authentication by increasing security, without the additional complexity and […]
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Microsoft Goes Passwordless – How This Will Affect You

By John Spencer | July 12, 2019
Today Microsoft has taken the leap into moving towards a passwordless society. Used by over 83% of companies in the UK, the tech giant has now confirmed that Windows 10 is officially getting rid of passwords. Starting this week, Microsoft is rolling out a preview build of Windows 10 to members of the Windows Insider […]
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Why Would I Use a Password to Log Into My Citrix Environment?

By John Spencer | May 8, 2018
Just over a year ago I left Citrix to make it big with an innovative startup. Today, I’m delighted to be heading up the product group for a small company called Veridium, but I’m equally as delighted to be going back to Anaheim next week to see some of the friends I left behind at […]
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VeridiumAD is Now Citrix Ready

By John Spencer | May 9, 2017
Experts agree that the weakest link in enterprise security is the use of passwords. One stolen password can lead to multiple data breaches since many of us reuse the same password over and over again. Lost, stolen and forgotten passwords can cost organizations up to $18,000 a year on average per 1,000 users. Add to […]
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Replacing Passwords in Active Directory for Advanced Security

By John Spencer | February 14, 2017
Nearly 90 percent of businesses use Active Directory to manage employees and control login credentials to company-owned computers. However, this widely-adopted technology is also fundamentally flawed, thanks to the use of usernames and passwords. That’s why these firms also dedicate a significant portion of their IT resources to managing password-related issues. Whether it’s an actual […]
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