Verification of identity is difficult for start-up businesses. First, it is important to verify every person that accesses internal business systems. Then, owners must ensure that only authorized employees can access their large IT systems. Continue reading “Beyond Passwords – Multi-verification Knowledge Businesses Should Use”
The National Telecommunications & information Administration has completed a report, with some very important conclusions. According to the report, an increasing number of citizens may stop using the Internet due to the privacy breaches and the intrusive nature of the government. About 45% of Americans agree that privacy loss is an existing fear. Continue reading “Is Going Offline the Solution to Increasing Online Threats for Privacy Breaches?”
Twitter affirmed that it has fixed an issue named “password recuperation/recovery bug” and because of this issue a huge number of Twitter account were influenced, and in addition, the organization included that security imperfection influenced the users’ messages as well as the telephone numbers. Continue reading “Twitter password recovery bug, 10k users affected”
The thought of utilizing a password and username to sign into services online has turned out to be so obsolete and frail that pretty much everybody is scrambling to locate some sort of substitution. The most recent password-free login arrangement originates from researchers working at the University of Plymouth. Continue reading “Icons and patterns might replace passwords, researchers on the move”
Very frequently, passwords are uncovered. Instagram, Pinterest, Yahoo, and even Google records were bargained, rendering a huge number of online records powerless against outsider hacks. What’s more, that was just the latest security rupture.
Passwords – particularly those not bolstered by two factor authentication check – are your last lines of barrier against prying eyes. This aide will offer you some assistance with understanding how those passwords are uncovered, and what you can do to hold them secured. Continue reading “The only thorough password security guide you’ll ever need”
The internet is a risky place as much as it is a fun place to be. The freedoms allowed in it have been abused by some criminal elements and therefore we are left with no option but to be wary. In law they say ignorance is no defense, in cyber security we say ignorance is the biggest vulnerability. And this is why today we list down some of the biggest risks that will be out there in 2016. Continue reading “Five internet risks to be on the look-out for throughout 2016”
Today it’s simply impossible to have one or two online accounts. Everyone has at the very least three different accounts. Some are social, others financial and others recreational. With the increasing number of log-ins one has to make in a day, the need to keep the passwords memorized increases. Continue reading “The password management dilemma; keeping your password safe”
It goes without saying that the world today runs on computer systems. Now on one hand there are computer users and on the other there are computer hackers. Hackers are always finding ways to exploit weaknesses and vulnerabilities in the system so they can break in and do their malicious or criminal things. Lately the focus has shifted from hacking individuals to hacking organizational systems. This is because organizations are more lucrative targets. Continue reading “How hackers get into your system actually”
Security specialists caution that online threats are expanding yet Britons (alongside many other nations) are neglecting to take needed measures.
Security specialists trust that a hefty portion of the issues that existed before the iCloud 2014 leak still exist today, let it be human mistake based or new vulnerabilities in tech innovations found by cyber criminals. Continue reading “Users still using weak passwords online, even after iCloud leak a year ago”
When talking about information security, we should consider checking 3 factors: confidentiality (only the proper people can read it), integrity (only authorized people can make any changes), availability (can be accessed whenever needed). Continue reading “11 Steps to enhance your cyber security”