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Use multifactor authentication and be protected from ransomware—at least that’s what dozens of cybersecurity experts and the government advised. Even the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) states on its website: “MFA increases security because even if one credential becomes compromised, unauthorized users will be unable to meet the second authentication requirement and will not be able to access the targeted physical space, computing device, network, or database.”

 »  Lee mas

Why Multi-Factor Authentication is not enough to combat Russian state-sponsored cyber actors

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and FBI Cyber Division recently released a joint Cybersecurity Advisory (CSA) warning organisations that Russian state-sponsored cyber actors have gained network access through the exploitation of default multi-factor authentication (MFA) protocols, a known vulnerability.

 »  Lee mas

In early March 2022, authentication security company Okta reported that there had been an attempt to compromise the account of a third-party customer support engineer from Sitel in January. The organization released a statement claiming that the matter had been investigated and contained.

 »  Lee mas

How the Okta breach exposed organizations’ cybersecurity immaturity

In early March 2022, authentication security company Okta reported that there had been an attempt to compromise the account of a third-party customer support engineer from Sitel in January. The organization released a statement claiming that the matter had been investigated and contained.

 »  Lee mas

Worryingly, drivers of connected vehicles may not control their car, says Julia O’Toole, founder of security company MyCena. All the vehicles’ internet-facing communications are entry points to hijack your car or tamper with signals; it’s a serious matter for the auto industry. 

 »  Lee mas