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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Multi-factor Authentication is the Future of Security

By Ian E. Muller | May 5, 2017
Today's Weekly Cypher focuses on how multi-factor authentication and biometrics are of growing interest to consumers and enterprises alike, providing improved security and convenience for all.
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The Only Thing We Should be Celebrating on World Password Day is the End of Them

By James Stickland | May 4, 2017
Today is World Password Day, and the hashtag of the day is #LayerUp, but I want to tell you that simply “layering up” on top of passwords isn’t enough in this day and age to secure our online identities. Let’s rewind a little though. A lot has changed over the last few decades. Since the […]
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Boost the Security of Single Sign-On with Biometrics

By Ian E. Muller | May 2, 2017
We’ve all seen those “login using Facebook” buttons on some of our favorite sites. The ability to use one account as the sign on for another has been a key part of the evolution of digital identity. This is called single sign-on (SSO) and it can be very convenient. However, there’s a lot that goes […]
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Biometrics Provide Real Security

By Ian E. Muller | April 28, 2017
Today's Weekly Cypher focuses on data breaches, security, and the growth of the mobile biometrics industry.
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Digital Identity is the Key to Online Privacy

By Ian E. Muller | April 25, 2017
Today, our identities are our most closely kept secret. We intend to remain anonymous online, we avoid “identity theft,” and we try to protect our identities whenever possible. The threat here is that, if our identities are compromised, we lose our ability to control our lives, both financially and digitally. This is why we safeguard identifiers, […]
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Securing, and Losing, Biometrics

By Ian E. Muller | April 21, 2017
The Weekly Cypher is specially curated to keep you up-to-date on the latest in cybersecurity, biometrics, and related news and innovations. This week’s topics are biometrics, better ways to secure them, and the risks associated with losing them.
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IDaaS is the Next Big Thing

By Jason Braverman | April 20, 2017
Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS), might just be the next big thing in identity protection. One of the biggest challenges people have is integrating and accessing useful two-factor (2FA) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) schemes. There are a wide variety of companies and products designed to help you protect your online identity, but integrating them into your existing platform […]
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Visual Cryptography Keeps Biometrics Secure

By Ian E. Muller | April 18, 2017
We talk at length about the importance of keeping biometric data secure, but it’s also important to highlight the technology that’s used to do so. One method we recommend for securing biometrics and keeping them private is visual cryptography. This form of encryption uses a unique approach to eliminate some of the riskier elements of […]
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Identity is a Driving Force in New Tech

By Ian E. Muller | April 14, 2017
This week's Cypher focuses on why identity is becoming the cornerstone of enterprise security and access management. Learn why more firms are investing in identity and access management solutions and biometrics.
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