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What to do When You Don't Always Need Two-Factor Authentication

 

Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is an important topic of discussion where security is of concern. Too many data breaches have occurred over the last 10 years purely because of lackadaisical security requirements. Many of these events would have been avoided with a proper Two-Factor Authentication system in place.  Security: personal, private, corporate – the list goes on and on. Each entry a...

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Cybersecurity for the Next Generation

As technology continues to advance it is vital for children to understand the potential risks that are out there and how to be cyber aware when online. Children ages 8-18 spend an average of 7 hours and 38 minutes online. During this time, they may be exposed to cyberbullying, cyber predators, and identity theft. In each child there seems to be an inherent trust in the technology that...

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Can a Workstation Act as Your 2nd Factor Authenticator?

When you first read this, you may be scratching your head and wondering how that is even possible? Well my friend, it is possible and is becoming quite popular even!

Now this concept may be way out of left field for you, but the process is simple and surprisingly secure.

For years, costly hard tokens have been the standard for providing 2nd factor authentication. This not only was costly...

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