In the age of BYOD, corporate employees and consumers alike have access to incredible computing power in the palms of their hands.
With the increase of personal data being stored on mobile devices, a new survey showed that 61 percent of wireless consumers use PINs/passwords, up 20 percent from the survey conducted in 2012.
Concurrent logins, manual logoffs, password sharing and the lack of unique logins are putting patient records at risk, new research from IS Decisions has revealed.
In recent years, mobile devices have adopted user authentication systems to protect access and information security.
Researchers from cyber attack detection and response outfit Cybereason have discovered a novel APT technique that was used by attackers to gain persistence in an (unnamed) organization' environment and to harvest employees' authentication credentials.
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