Researchers found an often overlooked vulnerability in DNA data. While uncommon, malicious code injection into synthetic DNA could be a credible threat.
The continued reuse of weak credentials within the enterprise has allowed fraudsters to clean up their acts. World Password Day reminds us to do the same.
Multifactor authentication, a critical component of identity and access management, has been described in literature since Shakespeare's time.
Researchers from Hong Kong Baptist University have developed a new method of biometric authentication where devices read lip patterns.
Online services are understandably reluctant to add steps to the login process, but a little two-factor authentication can significantly boost security.
A 6-year-old child ordered $250 worth of merchandise by using her sleeping mother's fingerprint to satisfy her phone's authentication requirements.
Will passwords become things of the past in 2017? Today, organizations tasked with managing too many passwords are at risk of phishing and malware attacks.
According to a recent survey, 93 percent of organizations use multifactor authentication to protect user accounts and corporate networks from cybercrooks.
Technology is great, but security starts with people. The best way to prevent a data breach is to know the people in your organization.
Cybercriminals are becoming more advanced and learning how to leverage the latest authentication methods to exploit security weaknesses.