Your personal informaton was compromised – what now? Secure universal identicaton (SUID) to the rescue.
by Perry Chaffee, on Fri 15 June 2018
It’s time to replace logins, passwords and social security numbers – and the answer is SUID.
Twitter’s password bug…when are we really going to learn?
by Perry Chaffee, on Wed 16 May 2018
Twitter’s password fiasco bugs up concern (finally!) over good password practices and hygiene, but is there really such a thing? We explore.
The password apocalypse is approaching - are we ready?
by Perry Chaffee, on Thu 26 April 2018
A secure universal identity system that is implemented correctly will dramatically reduce data breaches, identity theft, and a myriad of other resulting cyber crimes and problems.
Amazon, your in-home delivery app’s new authentication is not safe
by Perry Chaffee, on Fri 13 April 2018
Amazon’s effort to boost security for its in-home delivery with two-factor authentication is commendable. But is it actually secure?
Facebook, Social Media Privacy and the Use and Abuse of Data
by Perry Chaffee, on Wed 11 April 2018
Who’s really responsible for the privacy and security issues with today’s social media networks? We explore.
Secure universal ID: What it is and why you need it
by Perry Chaffee, on Mon 12 March 2018
Secure universal ID is the best tool for combating data breaches, and making the login process easier and more secure.
Smile! WWPass now has FaceID support
by Perry Chaffee, on Wed 28 February 2018
Our VP of Strategy Perry Chaffee shares details on PassKey Lite’s FaceID capabilities and what that means for individuals and businesses.
Multi-factor authentication: Quality over quantity
by Perry Chaffee, on Wed 21 February 2018
Why quality over quantity is essential when it comes to multi-factor authentication.
Lessons from Meltdown and Spectre — and how to stay safe in the world of uncertainty
by Gene Shablygin, on Tue 09 January 2018
You never know what kind of data can be accessed in a new vulnerability, so the only reasonable assumption is that any data in your program, database or file is vulnerable.
This New Year’s resolution? Dropping usernames & passwords.
by Gene Shablygin, on Mon 08 January 2018
Passwords are insecure, and we need to get rid of them. But usernames, which are often overlooked, are downright dangerous.