Articles from October 2021

Passwords are dead (again), and that is good news for government

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently announced that single-factor authentication – username and password – is now officially added to their catalog of bad practices – putting it to the list of things that actually help cyberattacks. To counter cyberattacks, a much better practice is to adopt multi-factor authentication, or MFA. This means the deployment of least two…

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Say Goodbye to Passwords: Our Journey to Passwordless

Historically passwords have been the go-to method to secure information systems. However, as time has passed, they’ve become harder to memorize, create a lot of pain for IT to maintain, and are a significant source of daily frustration for billions of people. Remember this: Colonial Pipeline Cyber Attack: Hackers Used Compromised Password, or even CVS Health Faces Data Breach, 1B Search…

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Zero Trust, Zero Compromise: Implement a Zero Trust Strategy

Zero Trust is becoming quite the buzzword these days, with organizations and government agencies releasing more guidance and strategies for their Zero Trust initiatives every day[1][2][3]. With so much new information being published all the time, understanding the core of what Zero Trust is can be a bit of a challenge for those new to the topic. So, let’s de-mystify…

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