What Are Geo-Location and Geo-Velocity in Identity Authentication?
Geo-location and geo-velocity are just two of the pre-authentication risk checks included in SecureAuth’s adaptive access control solution. Geo-location and geo-velocity can both offer different levels of protection, and may be employed independently or in tandem; but what exactly are they and how do they work?
Crowdstrike and SecureAuth are both security vendors and have both recently taken the decision to move away from distribution
One of the most highly populated areas in the market is the security world with established and start-up vendors jostling to be the chosen technology that will help keep customers secure.
The volume of players has put some strain on distribution because it was inundated with potential suppliers and given the task of doing sue diligence on numerous firms claiming to be offering the next big thing.
SecureAuth's Jim Wangler on the Need for Risk-Based Multifactor Solutions
Two-factor authentication solutions face two problems: They are not widely adopted, and attackers find them far too easy to crack. What's the answer? New risk-based multifactor solutions, says Jim Wangler of SecureAuth.
451 Research and SecureAuth+Core Security peek into the emerging trends in cybersecurity and identity in 2018. Learn how these trends will impact your strategy, organization, and job in the coming year. Security experts Garrett Bekker, 451 Research and Chris Sullivan, SecureAuth+Core Security share insight on these trends and more:
Hey, Siri. What is the capital of New York?” We all know what happens next — Siri provides the answer. How Siri knows the correct answer is not a mystery (we have the Internet to thank for that), but what is more interesting is the fact that Siri is able to understand the question at all.
Siri can understand and respond to human speech for the same reason Facebook knows which friend to tag in a photo before you even type their name. This “knowledge” is a technology called machine learning.
Delivering Trusted Digital Customer Experiences with Adaptive Access Control
As organizations undergo a digital transformation, they are increasingly challenged with securing customer access to applications and data without impacting the customer experiences. Often this becomes a trade-off with customer experience winning at the expense of strong security. So how do organizations deliver the trusted digital experiences customers expect, while ensuring access to applications and data is safe?
Today, we are excited to share with you the results of our first SecureAuth State of Authentication report. As many cybersecurity professionals know, stolen credentials are currently the most utilized attack vector in the threat landscape, despite the $74 billion spent every year on security.
Over a twelve-month period, SecureAuth processed 617 million authentications across 500 different organizations across multiple industries. In our first "State of Authentication Report", we analyze those authentication attempts to determine what percentage were successful, how often an additional form of authentication was required and why authentication attempts were denied. Download this report to see the some surprising results.
The PCI DSS 3.2 framework multi-factor authentication (MFA) deadline is rapidly approaching and, not surprisingly, many organizations have been asking how SecureAuth can help them meet the new MFA requirements.