Instagram became the latest in a long line of services over the years to offer users two-factor authentication.
Traditional 2-factor authentication (2FA) is all about your phone or a physical token. But what happens when you lose your mobile phone or the physical token? Then you’ll have to contact Customer Service and the troubles will start as you work to get account access again. Now there is a new option. Facebook has a smart way to […]
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Facebook is letting users tie a physical security key to their account as an added layer of security.
Two-factor authentication protecting Outlook Web Access and Office 365 portals can be bypassed-and the situation likely cannot be fixed, a researcher has disclosed.
Joomla fixed two critical issues in the content management system and is strongly encouraging users to update their sites immediately.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including a wireless keyboard vulnerability – KeySniffer, NIST’s statement on 2FA, a LastPass remote compromise bug, and a new Tor paper.
The U.S. National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) said SMS-based two factor authentication would soon be deprecated.
If you are looking to boost your cybersecurity prowess, then make some time for the first Star Wars film, A New Hope. You’d be surprised at what this hugely popular and successful movie has to offer.
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Cybersecurity in higher education was top of mind and top of the agenda at the latest Campus Technology conference, in Boston.
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