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  • Access Control — Reflections on the Events of 2014

    While some are calling 2014 the “year of the breach,” I think it’s more accurate to call it the “year of raised awareness of breaches.” With the year drawing to a close, I want to reflect on the many successful and well-publicized attacks of 2014, along with related market trends, and offer my perspective on

  • Compromises will happen – but you can thwart attackers with context based authentication

    Many technologies promise to help protect the perimeter of your organization — firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDSs), intrusion prevention systems (IPSs) and more. However no matter how heavily you fortify your perimeter or try to protect your internal network, some attackers will always get through — your intellectual property, financial data, personally identifiable information, or

  • The Identity Issue: December 8, 2014

    TThe Identity Issue is a monthly newsletter brought to you by SecureAuth. It includes company and industry articles to inform our community of the latest in security news, trends and culture. SecureAuth Wins 2014 Red Herring Global 100 Award SecureAuth was selected as a winner for Red Herring’s Global 100 award, a prestigious recognition honoring the

  • SecureAuth Wins 2014 Red Herring Global 100 Award

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SecureAuth Wins 2014 Red Herring Global 100 Award  IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 24, 2014 – SecureAuth announced today it was selected as a winner for Red Herring’s Global 100 award, a prestigious recognition honoring the year’s most audacious and far-reaching private technology companies and entrepreneurs from across the globe. Selection was based upon

  • There’s Still Time to Vote for SecureAuth

    Sure Election Day in the US has passed us by, but there is still time to vote for SecureAuth IdP in the Readers Trust Best Multifactor Solution Category for the 2015 SC Magazine Awards. Show your love for our award-winning product that combines multi-factor authentication and single sign-on into one solution to deliver secure and

  • Microsoft Schannel Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

    Microsoft has released a security update in response to a privately reported vulnerability (MS14-066) in the Microsoft Secure Channel (Schannel) security package in Windows. The vulnerability could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code against Windows Servers, via crafted packets. This vulnerability has a CVSS base score of 10 (High), and the security update from

  • The Identity Issue: November 7, 2014

    The Identity Issue is a monthly newsletter brought to you by SecureAuth. It includes company and industry articles to inform our community of the latest in security news, trends and culture. Single Sign-on Solutions Explained Single Sign on solutions are usually sought because they can reduce IT help desk costs and increase productivity. But there are

  • Black Hat Europe Update

    The SecureAuth team attended the Black Hat Europe conference in the beautiful city of Amsterdam.  It was a good show, and we met a lot of people very interested in understanding how to protect their corporate networks and apps. The conference had the usual mix of white hats, hacks, exploits and protection schemes so choosing

  • Single Sign On Authentication

    So you’ve been tasked with obtaining a single sign on solution for your organization. You require something that will streamline access between cloud and web apps, VPN networks, and even native mobile apps. Your users want simplified access, and they don’t want to be bothered with having to remember numerous passwords. For these requirements, a

  • Third Quarter Newsletter

    Third Quarter Newsletter It has been a busy few months for us at SecureAuth, and as we move into the final quarter of the year I am confident that we will close out 2014 in fantastic fashion. During the last quarter, our partner list has expanded; we continued to expand our international presence, our latest release has