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How to prevent common types of social engineering attacks with behavioral biometrics
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How to prevent common types of social engineering attacks with behavioral biometrics

Enterprises can protect their sensitive information, customers, and employees from common types of social engineering attacks using behavioral biometrics for 2FA and continuous authentication. Behavioral biometrics verifies the identity of customers and business teams, preventing unauthorized users’ access to accounts and devices. In this article, we’ll look into social engineering attacks and how they work…
How to secure BYOD devices with continuous endpoint authentication
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BYOD Security: Reducing Enterprise Risk With Continuous Endpoint Authentication

BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device and is a practice in which personal devices are used to complete work-related tasks. BYOD has both pros and cons. On the one hand, BYOD can increase productivity and lower costs for enterprises and their employees. On the flip side, allowing contractors or employees to use their personal…
Enable Seamless Authentication using TypingDNA integration with WSO2 CIAM Identity Server
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WSO2 Integrates TypingDNA for Seamless User Authentication

On August 18, 2022 TypingDNA became a WSO2 Technology Partner, integrating the proprietary typing biometrics Authentication API into the WSO2 CIAM Platform.  WSO2 customers can now leverage typing biometrics as an additional layer of robust protection against sophisticated cyber threats — ensuring secure and user-friendly authentication throughout every customers’ journey. TypingDNA’s Authentication API integration is…
What are insider threats? Definition, types, threat cost and mitigation
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Insider Threats To Watch Out for With a Remote Workforce

Insider threats include individuals within an organization who purposely or by mistake expose company information. Because proprietary data, customer information, and trade secrets are the heart and soul of any enterprise, security systems and processes to reduce insider threats are essential. Surprisingly, most insider threats result from negligent employees, such as those working remotely, who…
5 PCI DSS Compliance Requirement for remote access
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PCI DSS Compliance Requirements for Remote Work: 5 Things You Must Know

If your business handles credit card and payment information, you’re responsible for keeping that cardholder data secured by obeying the Payment and Card Information Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance requirements. But when your workforce is remote and your endpoints are unprotected, keeping that data safe is an unprecedented challenge facing today’s security teams.  As more…
Windows Defender for Endpoint Can Stop a Cyberattack, But Not Device Sharing
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Windows Defender for Endpoint Can Stop a Cyberattack, But Not Device Sharing

Windows Defender for Endpoint and similar antimalware/antivirus systems are all pretty good at analyzing incoming cyber threats that target endpoints, and responding to virus threats. But, what these systems fail at is providing visibility into whether the employee you trusted with that company endpoint is the one who’s actually accessing it throughout the entire workday —…
Remote call center equipment for customer data security
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Working from home call center equipment to ensure customer data security

From laptops to headphones, call center employees working remotely require the right equipment to be successful. But working from home presents an even bigger challenge: sensitive customer data is now spread across thousands of company laptops — so knowing who is accessing your company’s devices at all times becomes increasingly important.  Below, we explore why…
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HIPAA compliance checklist for remote employees in 2022

With rising cyber threats and more people working from home, securing endpoint devices has never been more critical. In the healthcare industry, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) protects private and sensitive patient data by requiring organizations handling healthcare information to pay closer attention to their protocols and institute airtight security safeguards. Hospitals,…