Our mobile phones are an undeniable part of our lives in the 21st century. We use them to contact our nearest and dearest, check the news, access the internet, make online purchases and even log into accounts, ideally via multi-factor authentication (MFA). Using MFA can block up to 99% of automated attacks. Undeniably, MFA is … More Every Moment Secured on Your Android
They’re supremely easy to remember, as well as easy to crack. Here’s how to improve your password security. Cybersecurity experts often share advice about the do’s and don’ts of passwords as a vital part of good cyber-hygiene practices. And yet, annual roundups of the most common passwords show that many of us continue to prioritize convenience over … More The worst passwords of 2020: Is it time to change yours?
Only 11 percent of all enterprise accounts have multi-factor authentication enabled. More than 99.9 percent of Microsoft enterprise accounts that get invaded by attackers didn’t use multi-factor authentication (MFA). This stark, though not entirely surprising, finding comes from a presentation that Alex Weinert, the tech giant’s Director of Identity Security, delivered at the RSA 2020 security … More Microsoft: 99.9 percent of hacked accounts didn’t use MFA
The second authentication factor might be a minor inconvenience, but it provides a major security boost. With past years riddled with security breaches, it is high time we evaluated the way we secure our online presence. The usual way to secure most of your digital accounts is by using a password, no question about it. … More 2FA: Double down on your security
Smart selections when starting small can ease the pain as you scale up your company’s privacy infrastructure. If, unlike enterprise customers, you don’t have six figures to spend, what are some things you can do to protect your data that can scale as your business grows? Even if you don’t plan on scaling to an … More 5 personal (and cheap) data privacy tools that scale for business