Posted on 30 March 2018 by
Learn the top 3 security tips your Enterprise can take to ensure you don’t end up in the same situation as Trustico – a 23,000 SSL certificate breach. Trustico’s breach could have been avoided had customers been in control of their private keys. Read how to protect your SSL/TLS private keys and certificates now.
Posted on 07 September 2017 by
Following the Instagram breach, users are urged to protect accounts with 2FA. The security hole caught Kasperky Lab’s attention after celebrities’ personal details being offered in an underground forum. How are you protecting your account holders? Is your app security up to date?
Posted on 30 May 2013 by
Yesterday’s announcement from Twitter that it will be adopting a mobile phone-based system of two-factor authentication feels like a landmark of sorts. This is not because it is a ground-breaking use of technology: Gmail, Facebook, Outlook and Hotmail are all employing similar systems and have done so for some time, while online banking has used […]
Posted on 05 October 2012 by
There have been quite a few stories recently highlighting the importance that mobile plays in commerce nowadays. Whether research from the Centre for Economics and Business Research showing that sales through the mobile channel on the UK’s high streets now account for every £1 in £10 spent, the news that Oktoberfest drinkers in Munich will […]
Posted on 08 June 2012 by
Earlier this week, amidst reports that more than 6.5 million passwords may have been compromised in a hack of a LinkedIn database, I received several calls and emails from friends and family that feared the worst of their LinkedIn accounts, especially after LinkedIn’s Vicente Silveira took to the company’s blog to confirm the reports. Silveira […]