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Why everyone needs to learn about two-factor authentication

by CyberScoop Staff • 4 weeks ago

John Bambenek talks about what two-factor authentication can do for everyday users of the internet. He is also joined by Chris Bing to talk about hackers using the latest New York City terrorist attack as a launching pad for phishing emails.

Most Americans have never heard of multi-factor authentication

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 1 month ago

Only 28 percent of Americans use two-factor authentication.

Google releases new email, browser security features to prevent common hacking issues

by Zaid Shoorbajee • 2 months ago

Google has rolled out new security features for users of Gmail and Drive, as well as its Chrome web browser. For Gmail and Drive users, Google is offering an opt-in feature called the Advanced Protection Program, aimed at those who are more prone to online threats because of the nature of their work. The company announced the program in a blog post on Tuesday.

How organizations can benefit from adaptive authentication

by CyberScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Robert Block, SecureAuth's Senior Vice President for Identity Strategy talks with Greg Otto on why two-factor authentication is cumbersome for organization's employees.

Report: personal data of more than 14M Verizon customers is exposed in server breach

by Cassie Stephenson • 5 months ago

A publicly configured server run by a third-party Verizon partner left the personal details and PIN numbers of millions exposed in downloadable files, a new UpGuard report says.

You can now use a physical key to log in to Facebook

by Chris Bing • 11 months ago

Facebook users are now able to use physical USB keys to authenticate their identities when logging in. The feature, announced Thursday, represents the addition of another option for the social media platform's users to configure two-factor authentication approval.

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