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Will adding a selfie to your login prevent cyberattacks?

Will adding a selfie to your login prevent cyberattacks?

“With the surge in high profile data breaches recently, are user names and passwords the best way to ensure the people logging into corporate networks are who they say they are?  ImageWare Systems is betting that businesses want better authentication...
Overcoming Identity Theft Risk without Sacrificing Convenience

Overcoming Identity Theft Risk without Sacrificing Convenience

By Rebekah Folsom Your friend posts on Facebook that their identity was stolen and their accounts emptied. CNN starts their hourly report detailing the most recent retailer (or hospital, or bank) whose customer’s personal and/or financial data was hacked. At work, you...
Securing the Future From the Inside Out

Securing the Future From the Inside Out

Distributed Security System – Securing the Future from the Inside Out by: Jacklyn Williford and Bill Clark In 2014, 50% of organizations had a data breach; 67% of the data breaches used compromised passwords and an average data breach cost was close to $3.5 million....
Are We Ready to Combat Cyber-Terrorism?

Are We Ready to Combat Cyber-Terrorism?

“Russia and China Know More About Hillary Clinton’s Email Than the U.S. Senate” By: Mark Virnig | 8.11.15 This is what I heard from the GOP Presidential debate last week. To minimize further political debate, I am omitting the speaker of the quote. The statement...
Hack of the Century

Hack of the Century

“Hack of the Century” – How Biometrics Can Help Bridge the Last Mile of IT Security By: Violet Le 8.3.2015 While I was making my connections last week at the San Diego airport, a striking front cover title of the Fortune magazine caught my attention. It read...