Last week’s Verizon breach made headlines across the world. What can you learn to make your own business more secure? In this blog we take a look at what went wrong, whether it’s likely to happen to other companies, and how businesses should approach best practices to keep their data safe.
CEOs love it. End users trust it. But is biometric access control as secure as most people think? SecureLink takes a look at whether fingerprints, retinal scans, and iris scans are the silver bullet that will halt hackers at the gate and what businesses need to know before they invest.
With the rapidly growing number of sophisticated cyber-attacks, such as phishing and ransomware, single-factor authentication has had its day. One way to fight back against the rise in cyber-attacks is by using strong multi-factor authentication.
In part 3 of our coffee break series, Jeff Swearingen, CEO of SecureLink, shares his thoughts on why SecureLink sells its software as a service.
Enterprises should be aware that vendors and employees need to have very different logins and credentials. It’s imperative that businesses have much more granular control over remote vendor access to their networks. Find out more in this post.
In a year filled with data breaches, cyber-attacks, and unauthorized access, yet another company has been the victim of hackers targeting payment information. Have you considered the consequences of becoming susceptible to a hacking attack? Read this blog post to learn more.
Cyber fraud is rising exponentially. Enterprises with e-commerce systems are particularly vulnerable, as cyber-criminals are always looking for ways to get quick financial gain. With e-commerce the backbone of businesses in the digital economy, how can enterprises tackle cyber fraud?
Every insurance firm needs to know who they’re doing business with. Whether you’re in the field of health, life, auto, or property insurance, insurers often rely on various external contractors, suppliers, partners, and third-parties to carry out everyday business. Read this article to learn ways to secure remote access to your systems.
If you’re still authenticating remote users with a single password, it’s time to make a change. There’s just too much at stake. With that in mind, here are four things to keep in mind when considering a two-factor authentication policy for your organization – and one thing you should probably avoid.
Step inside SecureLink. Get to know Susana Gomez-Hooker in this Employee Spotlight.