Posts Tagged "cybersecurity"

Secur-ish: The Continuing Evolution of MFA

Posted on Dec 14, 2020

Secur-ish: The Continuing Evolution of MFA

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security feature offered by many websites, applications and devices that dramatically improves account security by requiring multiple pieces of evidence (your credentials) when logging into an account. There are three main categories of credentials: something you know, like a password or pin number, something you have, like a security token, verification text, call or email, or something you are, like your fingerprint, your voice or your face. Using our wall metaphor again, MFA is like having a second and third very high, slick wall. All good, right? Safe and secure! Or maybe not…

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COVID-19: BE VIGILANT FOR CYBER SCAMS

Posted on Apr 10, 2020

COVID-19: BE VIGILANT FOR CYBER SCAMS

The global pandemic is open-season for bad actors utilizing technology to prey on individuals. Several mechanisms are being employed where attackers profit from the crisis: phone calls (including robocalls), emails, text messages, fake and phishing websites, malicious ads on reputable sites, and fake apps. These scams/attacks vary greatly in content and sophistication and some may even be specific to a region or town. As always, be wary of any solicitation for personal and/or financial information related to COVID-19.

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