When an employee keeps passwords on a sticky note attached to his computer screen, that could be a sign that your agency needs a better password policy.
New survey breaks down the numbers.
Bryan Ichikawa, vice president of identity solutions at Unisys, joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss the most secure way to protect your identity, including fingerprint biometrics.
Infosec Island reports that having too many passwords can lead to risky cyber behavior.
Virus Bulletin reports on a study that 70 percent of users use the same password across multiple sites.
The password manager service LastPass promoted itself as the last password you’ll ever need. Now the creators of LastPass are urging users to change their master passwords after the company’s database was hacked.
Stephen Cox, chief security architect for SecureAuth, describes why passwords and even two-factor authentication are no longer safe in this cyber environment.
Host Bob Leins and co-host John Elliott welcome John Jilek, Certified Financial Planner, to the studio. It’s Financial Literacy Month and what better time to get rid of some of the financial dust and cobwebs!
April 17, 2017
The same way playing identical notes can sound different from one musician to the next because of personal style, new technology can spot the pacing and patterns of our typing — the newest tool in fighting cyber hacking and identity theft.
Host Bob Leins welcomes John Jilek, Certified Financial Planner to talk about how to approach financial planning in the new year.