Proof That You Can Have Good Access Control and Less User Complaints

Security teams have a tough time finding ways to increase security that doesn’t create a lot of whining and ...
Darin Pendergraft

What the Cybersecurity National Action Plan Means to You

Yesterday and in tandem with his request to the increase federal cybersecurity budget to over $19 billion, ...
Craig Lund
Adaptive Authentication – High Security for the Organization, Low Friction for the User

Adaptive Authentication – High Security for the Organization, Low Friction for the User

As any reputable security vendor will admit, there is no silver bullet to solving the challenges of today’s ...
James Romer
The Rise of California Cybercrime: Protecting Customers with Multifactor Authentication

The Rise of California Cybercrime: Protecting Customers with Multifactor Authentication

California has always been a king of innovation - from the earliest ventures in filmmaking to today’s Silicon ...
SecureAuth

NIST 800-63B: deprecating the use of out-of-band SMS for two-factor authentication

This week, NIST announced 800-63B - a draft special publication named ‘Digital Authentication Guideline’ for ...
Keith Graham
Four Consecutive Years of Five-Star Reviews for SecureAuth IdP

Four Consecutive Years of Five-Star Reviews for SecureAuth IdP

Time and time again, four years in a row actually, SC Magazine has touted SecureAuth IdP’s easy set-up and ...
SecureAuth

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