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THE FULL STORY OF THE 2011 RSA HACK CAN FINALLY BE TOLD

THE FULL STORY OF THE 2011 RSA HACK CAN FINALLY BE TOLD – Wired

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Using IAM Solutions to Beat Deepfakes and Fraud

AI and ML technologies have made great strides in helping organizations with cybersecurity, as well as with other tasks like chatbots that help with customer service. Cybercriminals have also made great strides in using AI and ML for fraud. “Today, fraud can happen without stealing someone else’s identity because fraudsters can create ‘synthetic identities’ with […]

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Credential stuffing attack hit RIPE NCC: Members have to enable 2FA

RIPE NCC announced to have suffered a credential stuffing attack attempting to gain access to single sign-on (SSO) accounts. The RIPE NCC is a not-for-profit membership association, a Regional Internet Registry and the secretariat for the RIPE community supporting the Internet through technical coordination. It has over 20,000 members from over 75 countries who act as Local […]

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New Attack Could Let Hackers Clone Your Google Titan 2FA Security Keys via The Hacker News

Hardware security keys—such as those from Google and Yubico—are considered the most secure means to protect accounts from phishing and takeover attacks. But a new research published on Thursday demonstrates how an adversary in possession of such a two-factor authentication (2FA) device can clone it by exploiting an electromagnetic side-channel in the chip embedded in […]

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Remember the Titans: Yubico jangles new NFC and USB-C touting security key

Apple crowd included – as NFC can now be used for something other than Apple Pay Apple crowd included – as NFC can now be used for something other than Apple Pay Security token biz Yubico has a new key out today, its latest-generation two-factor encryption (2FA) authentication unit, the Yubico 5C NFC, which includes […]

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Two-factor authentication: A cheat sheet

A password alone will not protect sensitive information from hackers–two-factor authentication is also necessary. Here’s what security pros and users need to know about two-factor authentication. Source: Two-factor authentication: A cheat sheet  Subscribe in a reader

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Google’s most secure logon system now works on Firefox and Edge, not just Chrome

Better hardware security key support means our post-password future is one step closer to reality. Source: Google’s most secure logon system now works on Firefox and Edge, not just Chrome Subscribe to DISC InfoSec blog by Email

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How to set up two-factor authentication on all your online accounts

2FA is an important step in preventing your account from being accessed by unauthorized users — here’s how to enable 2FA on your accounts across the web. Source: How to set up two-factor authentication on all your online accounts  

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