Article posted: Aug 06, 2018

By Joakim Thorén, CEO

Another day, another data breach, as social news aggregation platform Reddit just announced it was breached. With the GDPR regulations in effect, more organizations are quickly reporting breaches and investigating their causes to avoid stiff penalties. The latest breach affecting Reddit demonstrates the dangers of using SMS for two-factor authentication.

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Article posted: Jul 29, 2018

By Joakim Thorén, CEO

We all know strong security requires more than just a user name and password and have long been proponents of the cost-effective nature of smart cards and security keys. Managing those keys and cards (both physical and digital) is the basis of our business, after all!

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Article posted: Feb 27, 2018

By Anders Adolfsson, Technical Consultant

We've written about the dangers of One-Time Passwords (OTP) for use in two-factor authentication and applauded the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) stance on eliminating SMS-based OTPs. It seems we're not alone. FireEye recently blogged about the dangers of OTPs in phishing campaigns and how hackers are using real-time phishing in attacks on corporate websites.

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