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  • Second Quarter Newsletter

    It seems that nothing can slow SecureAuth down as we move into the second half of 2014. With two very successful quarters behind us, there is no doubt that this year will be our best yet. Our customer base has grown significantly, our product features continue to transcend the competition, and our international presence is

  • Your Compliance Process is Broken!

    Inflammatory statement? Possibly, but one based on the following facts: Your company spends a lot of time consuming resources to manage enterprise access You are required to complete compliance certification cycles to attest that the access a person has is correct The certification report is for audit purposes to show you are performing diligence checks

  • Authentication, Single Sign-on, and Access Management for Law Enforcement

    Yesterday, to illustrate how vital authentication single sign-on (federation) and access management are, SecureAuth successfully hosted an event, The Future of IT in Law Enforcement, where special guests included members of the Department of Justice, Information Systems Advisory Body, Los Angeles Police Department, and San Diego Sheriffs Department. When it comes to law enforcement, advanced authentication is

  • Security is Not an Option in MSP Service Anymore

    After the Target Hack, which resulted in the resignation of the CEO and possible fines that can go into the billions, security is paramount to all discussions concerning an IT deployment. Cloud Deployments Under Extra Scrutiny – MSP Thanks to recent attacks on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Snapchat, cloud providers are receiving extra scrutiny. A

  • Derived Credentials on Chromebooks

    Chromebooks have made a huge splash in the mobile computing world and it’s really no wonder. Most of the applications you use today are web applications, so why pay for legacy application support? Chromebooks also make sense from an enterprise point of view; but in the federal sector, there’s something called HSPD-12, which means that you

  • SecureAuth Wins 2014 Red Herring Top 100 North America Award

    SecureAuth Wins 2014 Red Herring Top 100 North America Award IRVINE, Calif., May 21, 2014 – SecureAuth, a recognized leader in next generation enterprise access control, was selected as a winner for Red Herring’s Top 100 North America award, a prestigious list honoring the year’s most promising private technology ventures from the North American business

  • HTML5 Apps and SecureAuth – Enabling Enterprise Management

    Register Now for the Sencha / SecureAuth Webinar — June 12, 2014 at 10 AM PDT A big trend is occurring where device control is waning and HTML5 is rising. Image #1: The battle has been fought – HTML5 Apps have been shown to be the most effective method for Mobile App deployment and Enterprise Management.

  • SecureAuth & Sencha Space – The Future of MDM

    Register Now for the Sencha / SecureAuth Webinar — June 12, 2014 at 10 AM PDT The topic of mobile device management or MDM can be a sore spot with many end-users. Like many users, I see no reason to ever want to hand over control of my mobile device to an enterprise. In most cases,

  • SecureAuth U.S. Patent #8,707,031: Identity-based Certificate Management

     U.S. Patent #8,707,031 – Identity-Based Certificate Management   The new patent issued to SecureAuth is an important concept in X.509 Certification Management and X.509 Certificate Revocation. The patent details how an enterprise can manage user X.509 certificates and their access to resources. The solution is based on an enterprise or a cloud-based component that is capable of

  • The Identity Provider Ideally Suited for Healthcare

    Even if your organization has an identity provider in place already, chances are it’s not the right one. For full protection, ease-of-use, and compliance standards, the best-suited identity provider is required. Each industry has compliance regulations and standards regarding data protection and access control; however, many organizations are not aware of how vital they are