Major card issuers opt to secure e-commerce payments with Entersekt and Netcetera
Entersekt and Netcetera deliver a PSD2-compliant, highly secure online payment process that's user-friendly and reduces card-not-present fraud significantly.
Biometrics, digital signatures stop insider criminal thinking
LAWtrust’s Maeson Maherry explains how strong authentication and transactions tied to digital signatures can secure an organisation from the inside out.
Mind the gap
When digital transformation customer-facing processes are done in isolation of enterprise-wide information security governance, this can lead to big gaps, says iCrypto.
Ansys to buy LAWtrust for R108m
The acquisition will enhance its current cyber security business and provide significant annuity revenue, says Ansys.
Concern about reuse of personal credentials at work
Enterprise IT professionals are concerned that employees' reuse of personal credentials for work purposes could compromise security, says Gemalto.
Biometrics to help curb university security risks
Biometrics-based access control and authentication could help universities and colleges to improve on-premise security, and student management systems, say Morpho and Impro.
Entersekt partners with Netcetera
Entersekt will provide Netcetera with authentication to protect card-based online payments through a highly secure adaptation of the 3-D Secure process.
Ubusha focuses on public sector infosec
ITWeb interviewed the director of solutions inside Ubusha Technologies, Christiaan Swanepoel, and Marianne Van der Pluym, head identity, access and security sales team, of its partner, Micro Focus.
Phone passwords should be combined with behavioural metrics
Mobile passwords enhanced by additional, implicit behavioural metrics authentication methods can offer stronger authentication, say experts.
Weak passwords threaten the enterprise
Choosing a strong password is increasingly important as more businesses leverage the cloud, says Simon Campbell-Young, CEO of Phoenix Distribution.
The end of the Google password?
Google is testing NFC verification technology that could see passwords becoming a thing of the past.