Displaying items by tag: password manager

Password manager specialist LastPass has appointed cybersecurity sales veteran Amy Appleyard as chief revenue officer.

Published in People Moves

Password manager LastPass has announced that customers can now access their vault, and all sites stored in it, with a “simple and secure passwordless” login using the LastPass Authenticator.

Published in Security

GUEST OPINION: Like them or loathe them, passwords remain an important component of IT security within all businesses. Used to secure everything from email servers and databases to cloud resources and remote networks, they’ve been part of the IT landscape since business computing was first introduced.

Published in Guest Opinion
Friday, 10 December 2021 09:19

LastPass adds Google to federated login

LogMeIn's password manager LastPass now supports federated login with Google Workspace.

Published in Security

Deakin University has chosen remote work solutions provider LogMeIn’s LastPass solution to safeguard its users’ sensitive data, records and passwords.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 07 July 2021 11:49

Passwords: Your first and often weakest defence

Guest Opinion: Password security continues to be a challenge for people and businesses across the world, and in the wake of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack where a single password was the key to hackers breaching the entire network, businesses should assess their own password practices.

Published in Business IT

Digital rights organisation Electronic Frontiers Australia has urged Australians to do three things to protect their online privacy: get a password manager, review their Facebook settings and turn on two-factor authentication.

Published in Security
Thursday, 21 December 2017 08:54

Ars Technica's Goodin sued by security firm

Security firm Keeper Security has sued Ars Technica security editor Dan Goodin, accusing him and his employer of defamation, violation of the Illinois Deceptive Trade Practices Act and commercial disparagement under Illinois law.

Published in Security

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.

Published in ShawThing
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 16:56

REVEALED: 2014’s Top 25 worst passwords

If you’re hankering to have your identity stolen, here’s the list of the top 25 worst passwords to use, guaranteed to be hacked so fast you might need a new identity!

Published in Security




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