Article posted: May 14, 2018
By Joakim Thorén, CEO
A U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee report released earlier this week confirms there was some meddling in the 2016 election cycle by Russian-linked operatives. While the publicly released report summary, entitled "Russian Targeting of Election Infrastructure During the 2016 Election," shows voting systems in as many as 21 states were targeted, the impact was largely negligible.
Article posted: Aug 23, 2017
By Adam Bostwick, Versasec
Amidst a sea of controversy, the current United States government just made a significant announcement about US cyber security. Covered in Wired Magazine, "the Trump administration will elevate United States Cyber Command, currently a division of the National Security Agency, to the status of a unified military command."
What does this mean for the US?
Article posted: Jan 31, 2017
By Joakim Thoren, CEO
There's nothing like a regime change to expose where government could beef up its cybersecurity efforts. Nowhere is that truer than in the US today, where the Donald Trump presidency is vowing for much stronger protections for the government's data.
That's welcome news to anyone but enemies of the US, and it's a trend more and more enterprises of all sizes are embracing as well. And if they take advice from security experts, they will implement multiple-factor user authentication. It's among the easiest and most effective means for protecting an organization's most valuable assets, and with help from companies like Versasec, managing the setup, cards, credentials and more is simple, cost effective, and keeps their data protected.