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  • Infographic: Mapping the Path of Two-Factor Authentication

    Within the enterprise realm, two-factor authentication has become more than just an option — it’s now an indispensable asset. By implementing an additional authentication wall, a company takes a vital proactive step toward making the business infrastructure safe from a malicious intrusion. However, there is an important distinction to be made between the two types of authentication tokens organizations use, as illustrated by an Entrust informational graphic:

        in Authentication
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  • EMV Adoption: USAA Announces EMV-Secured Payment Cards in US

    USAA, a bank typically used by the military and their dependents, has long been at the forefront of banking innovation and fraud prevention. That trend held true last week when the Texas-based financial institution announced their first EMV credit and debit cards for U.S.-based members. Rolling out to customers later in 2014, USAA’s new chip-based cards will help deter fraud

        in Fraud, Identity Assurance
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  • Layered Security for Mobile Banking

    American Banker published a great article last week covering some of JPMorgan’s security strategies for mobile banking. Lloyd O’Conner explained the importance of layering multiple security technologies to protect their clients — as well as their own company — from the growing cyberthreats that not only target the online channel but are zoning in on the mobile channel as well.

        in Fraud, Identity Assurance
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  • VeriSign hack: Reactions from the security community

    Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on February 3, 2012 to Help Net Security Reuters reports that VeriSign has been hacked and “undisclosed information” has been stolen. There isn’t much more in the reports other than speculation, but there are a number of things to remember. They claim that this doesn’t affect the VeriSign certificate business, which is now owned

        in General
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  • Layered Security for Mobile Banking

    American Banker published a great article last week covering some of JPMorgan’s security strategies for mobile banking. Lloyd O’Conner explained the importance of layering multiple security technologies to protect their clients — as well as their own company — from the growing cyberthreats that not only target the online channel but are zoning in on the mobile channel as well.

        in Fraud, Identity Assurance
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  • VeriSign hack: Reactions from the security community

    Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on February 3, 2012 to Help Net Security Reuters reports that VeriSign has been hacked and “undisclosed information” has been stolen. There isn’t much more in the reports other than speculation, but there are a number of things to remember. They claim that this doesn’t affect the VeriSign certificate business, which is now owned

        in General
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