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 …

Digital Certificates vs Password Authentication

Samuel Metzler Education, Security Threats

Digital Certificates vs Password Authentication

Businesses understand the importance of passwords for private data security, but might not realize that using a network with passwords poses many security threats. Every advancement in security technology is followed by more sophisticated hacking techniques. Credentials require password change …

How to gain trust back in your cybersecurity system

Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) Attacks: Explained

Samuel Metzler Data Breach, Security Threats

Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) Attacks: Explained

If you’ve ever watched this scene from Spongebob Squarepants, then you have a basic understanding of a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack. How does a man-in-the-middle attack work? The attacker sets up rogue hardware pretending to be a trusted network, namely Wi-Fi, …

Addressing Theft Threats From All Angles

Jake Ludin Security Threats

Addressing Theft Threats From All Angles

The looming threat of a data breach has influenced many organizations to step up the security protecting their wireless network. Organizations with personnel files, financial information, and other types of valuable data are a potential target for hackers, so many …

Samsung Keyboards Vulnerable to Man-in-the-Middle Exploit

News Security Threats

Samsung Keyboards Vulnerable to Man-in-the-Middle Exploit

During a presentation at BlackHat London in early June, a major vulnerability in software that comes bundled with Samsung phones was unveiled. The bug, uncovered by NowSecure researcher Ryan Welton, lets intruders hijack software updates for Swiftkey, the device’s default ...