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Why You Should go for Two Factor over Single Factor Authentication

Security methods have inclined to two-factor authentication methods(2FA) these days. Moreover, trusting on single factor authentication methods have proved to be dangerous in the history. So even though, it takes extra efforts to deploy an increased layer of security to authorize your users, it’s worth paying the price. 244 more words

Technology

Securing your assets......

And I don’t mean a bra or tight fitting under crackers..
When I think of assets I normally think of stuff I can touch so with regards my personal IT that’ll be the iPad, Samsung phone, laptop and desktop PC but the reality is that it’s actually more than that. 822 more words

Cyber Security

Valentine's day: what's your secret technology crush?

Valentine’s day is traditionally a time when you can act on your secret crushes and let them know how you feel about them.

Anyone who cares about security and technology has an app or a platform or a programming language or something that might not be very cool or very glamorous but which they love, trust and rely on. 1,911 more words

Google

Two-Factor Authentication: A New Face of Authentication!

The data breach occurred at Yahoo last year once again raised an important question in front of the digital world, “how secure is users data”? Well, explaining the answer is tough because no one knows a perfect solution. 330 more words

Technology

Lead Developer-Security Subject Matter Expert- Watertown, MA

Are you looking for an opportunity to use your software development skills to make a difference? My client is growing and is transforming healthcare by creating easy to use, ultra-powerful, cloud based tools which allow medical professionals to focus on what they do best – treat patients. 259 more words

Facebook takes steps to boost password recovery security

Facebook has announced a new technology it believes could overhaul the insecure mess of recovering an account where the password or user credential has been forgotten or compromised. 449 more words

Facebook

How Two-Factor Authentication Added Layer of Security?

What will be your reaction if you found that you have no more right to access your online transactions, your email id has been breached, online websites have been hacked and your credit card used for shady transactions? 318 more words

Business