Access all Areas?

Driven by a growing number of security breaches, the demand for greater mobility at work and the trend towards Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the workplace, Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a growing area of focus for businesses across many sectors. Just how intense that focus is set to become is illustrated in […]

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Success to Having Maximum Security When it Comes to Mobility

Mobility can be challenging if it is not managed correctly. Incorporating mobility into the business strategy can effectively extend and establish the organisations potential as well as employee productivity. However, this can place excessive demands and pressure on the IT administrators, management and security team. The reason for the increased burden and pressure on the […]

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Complete End-to-End Security with BYOD

Mobility has become a significant part of both local and global businesses. The use of mobile devices within the working environment or using mobile devices to connect to the business environment has become a norm for many employees who are working remotely. This means that employees, partners and customers are no longer tied to their […]

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What is Identity Management?

It can be seen that due to the growth of technology, online and offline identities have become intertwined. This is a result of individuals having an online personality that is different from their offline one. The internet is a vast world of varied identities and sometimes such represented identities may not coincide with what has […]

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Password Manager and The Real-World of Multiple Logins

Organizations are more integrated than ever and the pace of integration is only increasing. Few sectors better represent the complexity of this intertwined integration better than finance and oil and gas. In banking, the digital bank is leading the complexity we see in network integration within this sector. Defined as banks that use technology to […]

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The United States’ Network Neutrality Ruling Puts a Focus on Data Management and Security.

A recent order for Internet broadband service providers adopted in February by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission may have large scale implications not only from a data management position, but also from a network security standpoint. At the very least, ruling may offset potential overhead cost escalations that the alternative may have caused for many […]

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What Are SSL Certificates?

If you’re a user of Mozilla products, like Firefox or Thunderbird, you may have heard that the company will stop trusting unknown SSL certificates, citing these types of certificates are cryptographically unsafe. The type of certificates they are denying at the 1024-bit keys however, websites that have 2048-bit keys are fine and are up to […]

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Going Phishing in Banking

The headlines can be seen everywhere: Hackers’ $1 billion bank theft may still impact consumers, JPMorgan and Other Banks Struck by Hackers, How safe are you and your bank from cyber attack? Morgan Chase warned that cyber attacks are growing every day in strength and velocity across the globe. He said, “It is going to […]

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Privacy Paradigm: The Importance of VPN

Maintaining privacy is becoming hard and can be daunting for many. Privacy in a corporate setting is often essential for guarding against potential competitors and growing future revenue. Fortunately Google, Microsoft’s Bing, and smaller companies provide ways to delete search history although hiding from those ads can be difficult. Google makes it easy to find […]

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Authentication Issues: New Apple Payment System Linked to Frauds

Sophocles is noted as saying that it is better to fail with honor than to succeed by fraud. Unfortunately, for Apple this philosophy isn’t shared by criminals within the Apple Payment System. Relaxed authentication practices used by the banking institutions have led to fraud issues with the Apple Payment System. New exploits linked to Apple […]

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