What Uber’s latest hack means for multi-factor authentication

by Nick Moran, on Tue 18 October 2022

Uber suffered a jarring security breach in September, forcing the company and spectators to reevaluate the security of their login systems. While failsafes were in place, the attack still demonstrated the vulnerabilities of multifactor authentication. In this blog post, we evaluate the scope and impact of the attack, and explore opportunities to address vulnerabilities.

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Interview With Eugene Shablygin

by Aviva Zacks, on Tue 08 February 2022

Private Internet Access recently interviewed Eugene Shablygin, CEO of WWPass. We asked him about his company’s information storage technology and how users can log in seamlessly without passwords.

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Five Methods of Securing Your Document Management System Data

by Perry Chaffee, on Tue 13 April 2021

Document Management Systems (DMS) are often the digital backbones of businesses, with the ability to hold and process sensitive data. But with a rise in hacking, bad agents are picking apart classic components to crack open these treasure troves of data. To best protect your DMS, consider these five tactics.

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Interview with WWPass CEO

by Aviva Zacks, on Mon 30 November 2020

When Aviva Zacks of Safety Detective sat down with Eugene Shablygin, CEO of WWPass, she didn’t know what to expect. She knew he had been a nuclear scientist, but had no idea how that would translate into being a cybersecurity expert.

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