Re-opening cities in the Coronavirus pandemic will not be an easy task

The Great Re-Opening

Jake Ludin Consumer Protection, Tech Trends

The Great Re-Opening

The worldwide uncertainty brought on by the outbreak of COVID-19 has affected every aspect of daily life. How can we return to some semblance of normalcy? The current roadmap to reopening the United States follows a simple three phase plan. …

Phishing Scams Are Now Capitalizing on Coronavirus

Sam Metzler Consumer Protection

Phishing Scams Are Now Capitalizing on Coronavirus

COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus, is spreading throughout the world right now and has a lot of people concerned. This has led to scammers incorporating the virus into their phishing attacks to trick people out of their private information …

Many Universities make the same assupmtions concerning PEAP-MSCHAPv2

Top 3 PEAP-MSCHAPv2 Mistakes Made by Universities

Jake Ludin Consumer Protection, Education

Top 3 PEAP-MSCHAPv2 Mistakes Made by Universities

Credential-based authentication with PEAP-MSCHAPv2 is still commonly used, and for some network types it is appropriate. A home network or a small coffee shop offering free wireless can benefit from its convenience. But for any institution or university hosting valuable …

How MFA was broken by a hacker group

Stronger Multi-Factor Authentication With Certificates

Jake Ludin Consumer Protection, Security Threats

Stronger Multi-Factor Authentication With Certificates

It’s widely held knowledge that using a single factor for authentication to wireless networks is less than secure and easily exploited by hackers. Many organizations recognize this and utilize Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to an extra layer of protection. Each additional …