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Today is World's password day. But have you asked the question: why does this day even exist?

Imagine if employees made their own keys to the office. That would be INSANE, right?


Especially when 95% of breaches are due to human error (source: WEF).

It is time to companies to flip the script and start controlling their own access.
Using MyCena Security Solutions, companies generate and distribute highly secure encrypted passwords to employees so they never know them and can't disclose them.

No more password to create, type or remember. And no identity to steal.

With no password protection, a Microsoft server containing a variety of security credentials used by Microsoft employees to access internal systems was accessible by anyone on the internet.

Access is the biggest weakness in cybersecurity. Companies need to control their credentials and encrypt them so they can't be known and disclosed.

'GoldPickaxe' malware steals facial recognition data, likely because banks and government agencies are adopting biometric scans.
=> Identity biometrics are just 0 and 1, and criminals know it.
=> What's worse? Once stolen, they can't be changed.

With no way to validate identity from users' biometric, financial systems are massively exposed to identity theft fraud.

=> Biometric authentication are handy PIN code replacement but not more secure. Why? Because your fingerprints, your face, and your voice are not secrets.

=> Biometrics are increasingly being scraped, stored, and analyzed by threat actors.

=> By exploiting IP cameras' video databases, hackers can gather bits of iris and fingerprint and "with enough repetition, compute power, and time, they can potentially crack a person’s full biometrics."

=> "Biometric data is useful for in-person authentication, and really dangerous for remote authentication". Biometric data are like a complex key. Once transmitted, users aren’t authenticating the actual biometric, they are verifying something that looks a lot like a password.

our financial system is built in a lot of assumed-but-not-verified trust.will continue to be exacerbated by technologies like deep fakes as long as our banking institutions trust transmitted copies of a biometric.”

Cybersecurity has historically failed because of a massive gap at the start of access processes which allows employees to use their own passwords or identities for their single access or other applications, with companies having no control over their credentials.

=> This gap explains why 95% of breaches are criminals logging in with employees’ passwords and identities, obtained through phishing, AI or social engineering, effectively rendering all cybersecurity investments useless.

=> Mycena's revolutionary encrypted access management technology fills this massive gap by enabling businesses to generate and distribute encrypted passwords for all systems to their employees, so they never know them, eliminating the root cause of 95% of cyber breaches, stopping supply-chain attacks and preventing ransomware

=> Filling this massive gap in their access process generate huge benefits for companies, including cyber-resilience (stop 95% of breaches from happening), risk mitigation (companies control passwords, not employees), cost savings (no password reset or password training), employee peace of mind (no need to remember passwords, no risk of getting password phished, humans not a vulnerability).

We are glad to announce that MyCena Desk Center is now available for purchase on AWS Marketplace

An Apple employee told Business Insider that hackers have offered Apple staff as much as €20,000 (£16,000) for their passwords.

Employee password knowledge is responsible, whether intentionally or unintentionally, for 95% of breaches.

The solution? Encrypt your access so employees dont know their passwords. That stops 95% of breaches