Monthly Archive for: ‘2 years ago’

Mitigating the risk from compromised federal credentials – a Q&A with Tripwire’s Ken Westin

Mitigating the risk from compromised federal credentials – a Q&A with Tripwire’s Ken Westin

The federal government is still reeling from a recently-exposed cyber attack that compromised the personal data of as many as …

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Broken “keychain” shows futility of single-factor authentication

Broken “keychain” shows futility of single-factor authentication

Security professionals understand that some of the largest challenges they face every day are human nature and the behaviors of …

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PODCAST: Are biometrics the best security?

PODCAST: Are biometrics the best security?

With the inclusion of the thumbprint scanner on iPhones, it’s safe to assume that practically every American has had some …

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OPM breach clearly illustrates need for better identity and access management

OPM breach clearly illustrates need for better identity and access management

U.S. government employees got some very bad news in early June when it was announced that the Office of Personnel …

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The Evolution of Cyber Threats and Multi-Factor Authentication: A Conversation with Jim Tiller

The Evolution of Cyber Threats and Multi-Factor Authentication: A Conversation with Jim Tiller

The recent breach of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which compromised the personal information of an estimated four million …

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Starbucks breach shows that all accounts can be targets

Starbucks breach shows that all accounts can be targets

If you’re useless in the morning without your venti, soy, caramel macchiato with no whip, we may have some bad …

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The perils of free security software

The perils of free security software

We’ve all seen offers in pop-up ads, app stores and download sites for free security software and solutions. And – …

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