by Abbey Freeman 0 Comments

MFA: Authentication Masterpiece or Endless Frustration?

Artists and tech experts alike should be aware of MFA (multi-factor authentication). Well, the tech experts likely already have an idea of what it is, but what about the artists? You may have multi-factor login turned on for your bank account as a security precaution. After you type in your password, you may also have to type in a code texted to your smartphone. Or, instead of a code, you may...

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by Eric Jeffers 0 Comments

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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by Kody Pinette 0 Comments

What's New in PortalGuard Version 6.2?

Here at PortalGuard your security is our main concern. We are always trying new things to keep you secure, but also make your life a little bit easier. In v6.2 we have widened the range of applications you can gain access to through Single Sign-On (SSO). Open Authentication 2.0 (OAuth 2.0) adds yet another way you can safely gain access to applications. OpenID Connect v1.0 (OIDC v1.0) adds the...

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by Gregg Browinski 0 Comments