Expanding operations across all continents; SecurEnvoy opens a new office in the USAs East Coast.
With financial results now published SecurEnvoy grows its pressence in the USA further with more expansion planned.
Against an industry backdrop of reducing revenues and job losses, SecurEnvoy expand and continues recruiting and expanding. Continue reading
SecurEnvoy and Ultra Electronics AEP Networks joint initiative on Tokenless® mobile phone authenticated remote access from any device
SecurEnvoy and AEP Networks have combined their SecurAccess mobile phone based tokenless® two-factor authentication and LanProtect™ corporate remote access technologies and domain experience to create a simple and highly secure solution for remote access users.
A quarter of a million Twitter users have had their accounts compromised in the latest of a string of high-profile internet security breaches.
Twitter’s information security director Bob Lord said about 250,000 users’ passwords had been stolen, as well as usernames, emails and other data. Continue reading
As the bush fires spread across Queensland and fears of Victoria in NSW also being hit, we see conversely in Europe the snow has hit and brings countries to a stand still!
In both Northern and Southern hemispheres emergencies arise and more often than not, unexpectedly.
This season we know the risk Continue reading
Smartphones and tablets are changing the landscape for how authentication is best performed in the enterprise. The phone-as-a-token authentication method is well-established as an alternative to legacy one-time password (OTP) hardware tokens for consumer-facing Web applications and corporate remote access.
Although some enterprises elect to implement multifactor authentication based Continue reading
London (UK) 10th January 2013: SecurEnvoy, the inventor of tokenless® authentication, today announced that it has partnered with PasswordBank to bring the leading tokenless two-factor authentication capabilities to the PasswordBank identity management offering.
Customers will be able to access cloud solutions, such as Google Apps, Office365 and Salesforce.com, Continue reading
Last month, organisations received an enormous wake-up call – news of the largest cyber-attack ever on a state government in the US. While the fact that breaches still occur is almost to be expected, it’s the magnitude of what the criminals stand to make from the data stolen that beggars belief. Is there any way to stop criminals profiting from our information? Continue reading