From the past few years, the importance of username and passwords to verify our digital identity has become as much as the need of driving license or passport to prove our physical identity. Every day you have to encounter with them to access many offline or online services. Passwords keep us secure. But the main… Continue reading What Your Two-Factor Authentication Must Have?
Whenever a customer provides you his private information to complete a request, transaction, or other application, you owe him privacy and protection. If the data or private information of the customer is leaked, no matter inadvertently or personally, you could be held liable. This raises a question- what are you doing to protect your customers… Continue reading What Are You Doing To Protect Customers Data And Privacy
For many resources and systems, a single factor is enough to keep them secure. But it is not for every resource, especially for online resources. The most commonly using single-factor is username and password. Passwords keep our resources secure but the problem with them is that if it is not strong, they can be easily… Continue reading Single Factor Authentication: No More a Safe Web Authentication
Security methods have inclined to two-factor authentication methods(2FA) these days. Moreover, trusting on single factor authentication methods have proved to be dangerous in the history. So even though, it takes extra efforts to deploy an increased layer of security to authorize your users, it’s worth paying the price. Do you want to know, how? Here… Continue reading Why You Should go for Two Factor over Single Factor Authentication