You're Not as Unique as You Think You Are!

All I’d need to know to guess one of your end users’ passwords is the name of every person important to them, how frequently they use profanity, their favorite pop culture franchises, any sports teams they like, and their favorite vehicle. Where did I get this information, you ask? It’s a trend I’ve noticed on the list of top 10,000 most easily guessed passwords. More specifically, the top 200...

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Your Online Security is Important - Better Your Digital Profile

Strong online security is the white whale of the digital revolution.  With each step towards the final achievement, development and ingenuity necessitate that the individual takes two steps back.  One step to familiarize oneself with the new technology, and another to determine the best foot forward. It’s an inescapable fact that technology moves faster than most people. 

Rapid evolution isn’t...

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Wondering what we've been up to? Check out some of the features PortalGuard has added over the last year!

One of the things we do here at PortalGuard is to make sure our product is the best it can be in Single Sign-on, Self-Service Password Reset, and Multifactor Authentication! We have put extensive research into developing solutions to customer problems, as well as updating PortalGuard based on what customers want out of their authentication solution. Here are several highlighted features we...

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Prevent Social Engineering Attacks | Consider This

 

 

Human beings are magnificent creatures. In some ways, you could say we are the most advanced creatures on the planet. Now, I don’t know if I would go so far as that, (I mean, some animals seem to have a far better grasp of architecture than humanity, relative to their brains), but we have definitely done some things worth praising over the last few hundred years. Not the least of which is...

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Tags: Authentication, Authentication Security, Consider This, #cybersecurity, IT Security, #ITSecurity, multilayer authentication, PortalGuard, #security, #ConsiderThis, Password Security, stronger authentication, Two-Factor Authentication, User Authentication