Why You Need Multimodal Biometrics for Secure Remote Logins

Compared to the early days of biometric technology, the average person is well aware of what biometrics are. We unlock our phones using our fingerprints, log in to our Macbooks or Windows machines with a quick facial...

Three Steps Before You Deploy Biometric MFA for Secure Logins

You already know that passwords aren’t secure, and that users can’t be relied on to create complex, unique passwords for every business system or software they access. 

3 Ways to Minimize the Risk From Phishing Attacks

Phishing was already a problem before we all moved to remote work, and it’s only increasing in impact and frequency now that workers are all at home. Many common ways that people could defend against phishing attempts...

The Natural Post-Pandemic Replacement for Fingerprint Time Clocks

Efficient management of employee time clocking is not a new problem. Whether it’s confirming which workers are on a factory floor, handling food on a farm, or who’s on shift for a call center, knowing who’s working and...

Password Resets Are The Biggest Problem Your Company’s Not Facing

In the mad scramble to get situated and set up for remote work, there’s something that your help desk is painfully aware of and you may not be. 

The Antipathy Problem: Why Passwords Will Always Fail

We’ve been hearing about data breaches for so long, and in such dire terms, that we’re all pretty immune to hearing about them. Much like hearing that you’ll get cancer from basically everything, we’ve heard so much...

It's Beyond Time to Kill the Password

Are you sick of passwords? I know I am. The kicker about passwords is that they’re the weakest link in the security chain of your digital life. Access to your network, bank accounts, social media accounts, email - they...

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