With an increasing number of data security breaches due to weak passwords and inadequate network and data encryption systems, many organisations are considering deploying biometric single sign-on solutions for secure password and identity management, writes Arifin Hussain.
The Singapore Government said it has enhanced security around SingPass, the single sign-on for users to access e-government services at www.ecitizen.gov.sg and various government websites.
MasterCard Inc has outlined its vision for online payments beyond passwords, saying this would make life simpler for cardholders while increasing security.
Assurity Trust Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), will set up a first-ever two-factor authentication (2FA) development and test platform at Nanyang Polytechnic as part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed by both organisations on Oct 24.
Trend Micro Inc has launched a security solution available that offers protection from cyber-threats for PC, Macintosh, Android and iOS platforms to protect consumers from the perils of Internet across multiple devices anytime, anywhere.
In observance of the annual World Password Day on May 7, McAfee, part of Intel Security, and its partners have kicked off an effort to help educate consumers worldwide on the importance of password safety in the wake of the multiple global security breaches.
Over half of adults in the United States send or receive intimate content including video, photos, emails and messages, according to a survey by McAfee.
Toppan Forms has teamed up with Assurity Trusted Solutions to launch what it said was Singapore's first two-factor authentication (2FA) solution for push electronic statements.
Recent developments in the online world have involved the compromise of various online accounts and web service providers. What can we do about it? Are we even the least bit concerned about such things? Well Edwin Yapp thinks we should, and here's why.