Business data security: Five dangerous mistakes you're making now - WWPass Corporation

Another day, another data breach. From JPMorgan to Sony, security breaches are constantly in the news. Still, many companies fail to take very simple steps that go a long way toward preventing...

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Preventing a Data Breach

 

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You Have Choices When It Comes to Multi-Factor Authentication. How do They Stack Up?

 

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Cost of Cyber Crime Increases Again

 

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The root of the JP Morgan breach, a compromised password.

No one should be surprised that the criminals exploited an employee password that led to the JP Morgan breach exposing the data of 76 million households and some 7 million businesses.  JP Morgan is...

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Problems and Vulnerability of One-Time Passwords over SMS

Modern hackers are sophisticated, but much of the technology to ward them off is not. One-time passwords (OTPs) over short message service (SMS) were introduced as a more convenient method of...

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What’s really at stake? The financial breakdown of recovering from a breach

Target has become the poster child, of sorts, for the devastating impact a data breach can have on a company. Executives were sent packing, customers took their business elsewhere and, some 10 months...

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Your Password Manager is Not Safe?

Following on the heels of last week’s disclosure by LastPass regarding two security flaws in their password manager comes a report from UC Berkeley researchers Zhiwei Li, Warren He, Devdatta Akhawe,...

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Anatomy of a Hacked Android

We've said it before, not all two-factor authentication is created equal. Just when you think you're doing everything right to protect your mobile device you learn there are as many as 650,000...

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eBay Hacked

eBay is the latest well recognized brand to fall victim to the cyber-thugs.  Sadly, this is another incident where two-factor or multi-factor authentication may have prevented the breach.

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