14 November 2014|
London: The Asian region, in particular, is considered to be a major generator of insidious malware. The main intention behind the new bugs, trojans and other such unwanted threats that emerge on a daily basis is to steal passwords. Asian firms, in particular, should therefore ensure they have security that goes beyond simple password protection. As the inventor of tokenless two-factor authentication, SecurEnvoy provides a method that uses passcodes generated dynamically on smartphones to provide additional security for login procedures. This flexible and cost-effective method will now be marketed by the Malaysian ICT expert Infinite Data, in its new role as a SecurEnvoy Authorized Distributor.
13 November 2014|
Britain means Business, the leading business show for fast growing business and entrepreneurs, has announced David Weir CBE as the latest addition to the speaker line-up.
13 November 2014|
In light of the “potentially catastrophic bug” that has been reported to be targeting all versions of Windows, Gavin Millard, EMEA Technical Director for Tenable Network Security, comments:
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