Tag Archives: passwords

Did Google Miss the Mark With Push To Make Passwords Obsolete?

December 2, 2013 by Chris Taylor     No Comments

On Saturday, Forbes discussed Google’s 2014 vision to make user-generated passwords obsolete. It’s an initiative that deserves praise and is long overdue. Someone is finally taking strong authentication and identity-based security seriously — particularly in the consumer space. It does, however, come with some caveats. Google is demonstrating that identity-based security solutions are available for [Read More...]

Filed Under: Enterprise Authentication Tagged With: gmail, Google, passwords

Passwords Too Weak for Today’s Digital World

September 3, 2013 by Entrust, Inc.     No Comments

Think of all of the websites that you utilize online that require passwords to protect your sensitive information. You have a password for your online bank account, your email, your credit card accounts — the list goes on. Out of all of those websites, however, how many unique passwords do you have? Not too many? [Read More...]

Filed Under: Identity Assurance, Mobility Tagged With: mobile, passwords

Protecting My Business and Personal Online Identity. . . or, how Meg Ryan could be my downfall!

May 11, 2011 by Scott Perry     No Comments

I thought this was an interesting story:  “Webmail gets hacked, corporate passwords exposed”, and one that ought to be read by executives in many companies – the folks who can actually change behavior that could otherwise jeopardize corporate security.  But it’s also a story that is highly relevant to consumers because they – “we” – [Read More...]

Filed Under: Fraud Tagged With: Online Fraud, online identity, passwords