All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘single-factor authentication’

Comcast Breach – brand reputation killer or reputation builder?

Comcast Breach – brand reputation killer or reputation builder?

In my previous article, I discussed the Comcast breach – which involved the company resetting roughly 200,000 user accounts after customer information …

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The Seven Myths of Cybersecurity: You don’t have to be a Detective to Spot a Phishing Attack

The Seven Myths of Cybersecurity: You don’t have to be a Detective to Spot a Phishing Attack

Despite the nearly constant stream of new cyber breaches and security threats in the news, many people continue to eschew …

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Barclays banks on biometrics…but should it?

Barclays banks on biometrics…but should it?

According to Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), the retail and financial services industries are the two markets most …

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Answering the age old security conundrum – who is at fault for a breach?

Answering the age old security conundrum – who is at fault for a breach?

Despite an increased focus and attention on securing networks, it seems that cyber breaches are only increasingly in frequency and …

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A silver lining to the OPM breach – more federal focus on security

A silver lining to the OPM breach – more federal focus on security

The breach of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in June has dominated headlines this summer, and for good reason. …

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PODCAST: Password managers…friend or foe?

PODCAST: Password managers…friend or foe?

If you ever want to conduct a rather frightening science experiment, download a password manager and ask it to pull …

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UCLA Health breach shows data thieves increasingly focused on healthcare

UCLA Health breach shows data thieves increasingly focused on healthcare

In our last post on Access Granted, we featured a Q&A interview with Matthew Webb, a Senior Consultant at Ingenuity Associates, …

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Hacking two-factor authentication – an old problem in need of a new solution

Hacking two-factor authentication – an old problem in need of a new solution

I recently had the opportunity to be a panelist on an Access Granted Webinar entitled, “Anatomy of a Breach,” in …

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Want PII with that? A look at the retail security landscape

Want PII with that? A look at the retail security landscape

In my last post on Access Granted, I looked at the financial services industry and took a deep dive into …

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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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