Deakin University has chosen remote work solutions provider LogMeIn’s LastPass solution to safeguard its users’ sensitive data, records and passwords.
If you pass on having a strong password that you regularly update, and if you pass on using a password manager, then you won’t get a pass mark in the test of life, so please don’t fail yourself or the digital twin that is your online existence - please take passwords as seriously as you take locking your house, car or anything else you value.
Remote support software specialist LogMeIn has released major updates to its Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC) product - GoToConnect - including new features and product bundling.
Remote support software specialist LogMeIn has released a new study showing that the need to migrate from traditional passwords and the risks they pose continues to grow, with 92% of businesses believing going passwordless is the future for their organisation.
LogMeIn has revealed new features of LastPass Identity allow employees to log in without having to type their passwords.
Yubico's Yubikey, a hardware authentication key that has become very popular as an excellent second factor of authentication that's compatible with a wide range of online services and hardware devices, and now it comes in a tiny dongle with both Lightning and USB-C ports.
Business users of the LastPass password manager can now choose to have their data stored within Australia.
Attacks on passwords continue to grow in number and complexity every year, but despite these threats, businesses have struggled to quantify their own level of password risk, according to a newly published report that also found that the insurance sector in Australia is doing the best in maintaining password security.
A secure password manager is a necessity in today’s online world and really ought to be part of each person’s basic “cyber hygiene” routine. This is especially so for business.
Passwords used in businesses turn out to be a leading cause of breaches, according to a report issued by password management services company LastPass.
Independent studies from Gartner and Dell show that a notebook is stolen about every 60 seconds. These often contain sensitive data and hackers need only a few milliseconds with the device to break a password – if there is one.
A nine-number password — 123456789 — can be cracked 431 times in the blink of an eye through a brute force attack. Substituing one number with a letter from the alphabet — A23456789 — increases the time taken to crack it to more than 40 years.
From confidential company documents to personal information such as bank account details security can no longer be ‘set and forget’. LastPass brings 2FA to all through its new LastPass Authenticator app.
Password management company LogMeIn is set to acquire LastPass, a single sign-on (SSO) and fellow password management service.
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