Tag: account takeovers

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Examining the CISO agenda in 2021

CISOs are paid to worry, and there’s a lot to worry about in 2021. The recent SolarWinds breach, the Capitol break-in, and a series of high-profile hacks are spurring many enterprises to re-examine their security strategies. We discuss what lies ahead with Yubico’s CISO, Chad Thunberg. Q: What’s top of mind for CISOs in 2021? The SolarWinds

SIM Swap Protecting Against Account Takeover with WebAuthn

Billions of dollars are being stolen annually due to account takeover fraud.

A CISO’s best advice for protecting a rapidly evolving remote workforce

As Yubico’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), I am responsible for the company’s security, risk management, and compliance programs. I have more than 20 years of experience solving complex security scenarios, but I have yet to encounter the unique landscape that we are collectively facing as IT leaders. Many of my peers and businesses across

5 Ways to Protect Remote Workers From Account Takeover

Join this webinar to learn five critical ways companies can protect their remote workforce from common vulnerabilities.

Tip-Sheet: Four reasons to deploy strong multi-factor authentication using the YubiKey for online and mobile banking

Financial services need a more effective authentication to protect against account takeovers.

Tip-Sheet: 3 steps to strengthen security for privileged users across financial services

Financial services organizations need to ensure strong authentication to prevent account takeovers.

A Big Day for the Internet: W3C Standardizes WebAuthn

Today’s standardization of WebAuthn by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) marks a milestone in the history of open authentication standards and internet security, and Yubico is excited to be a part of it. Through close collaboration with the global internet standards community and the internet giants, Google and Microsoft, we achieved the near-impossible: the creation

The Anatomy of a Phishing Email: 5 Things to Look For Before You Click

Phishing attacks are now considered the main source of data breaches. 91% of cyber attacks start with a phishing email * Ten years ago, if you asked someone what ‘phishing’ was, they probably would have no idea. Since then, times have changed considerably; phishing attacks are now responsible for a significant number of major data

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How Millions of Websites Can Eliminate Account Takeover from Phishing

Creating accounts online just got a whole lot easier. Now anyone can log in to or register a new account using their existing credentials from social networking services, such as Facebook and Google. With social logins, users won’t have to rack their brain for another password, saving time and securely authenticating their identity. Websites that