Tag: Adaptive Risk Manager

Doing 2FA Correctly Requires More Than 2 Factors

Two Factor Authentication (or 2FA) has been in the news a lot recently. There was the kerfuffle over NIST putting into their update of 800-63 that SMS-based 2FA is insufficiently secure and should be deprecated (something most security experts agree on). That update (still in draft) came too late for the Social Security Administration (SSA),

When “Trust” Is Not Enough

Computerworld has an interesting article ‘Security fail: When trusted IT people go bad‘ with the even more interesting subtitle “One rogue IT employee can do more damage than an army of hackers“. It’s well worth a read, if only to get a feel for the nightmarish scenarios CIO’s can be faced with. The 3 case

Şekerbank secures online banking with award-winning OAAM implementation

Şekerbank T.A.Ş. is the leading Turkish bank for small and midsize enterprises, and its internet banking services are among the three highest-rated online banking Web sites in Turkey. They have earned a reputation for having the most user-friendly and secure online banking Web sites in the country. Last week at the European Identity Conference, they