Tag: access control

News and Press

Implementing Single Sign-On (SSO): What You Need to Know

February 28, 2017

Via: TOMs IT Pro

Helpdesk calls cost an average of $25 to $62 a pop, with each person making an average of 3.3 “forgot my password” calls per year. So anytime you can reduce that number, you’re saving your company money. That’s part of […]


How Previous Owners Can Potentially Still Access Their Cars Long After They’ve Sold Them

February 20, 2017

Via: Gizmodo

As technology further integrates into the car industry, doing things from the car continues to get easier. You can have Volvo drop off packages, talk to Amazon’s Alexa and all sorts of things. But technology can also allow people to […]


Samsung Gear 360 can be bought in-store at Best Buy, carriers

October 18, 2016

Via: Pocket Now

Tired of ordering stuff from the internet? Want to head to a physical place, see and be assured by people and then order a 360-degree camera? Well, you can do so right now from a few carrier stores and Best […]

App security, Editorial

Don’t become a social engineering victim – know your Facebook

July 13, 2016

Via: James Hughes

Managing a personal Facebook account takes a few efforts in order to efficiently protect the individual privacy, since the default settings allow any stranger to find out quite a few details on the account owner: date of birth, interests, and […]

App security

I love fingerprint scanners, but not for their security

January 18, 2016

Via: Phone Dog

As our smartphones evolve to get better and (presumably) more secure, we’ve had a couple of interesting ways to boost the level of security we have over our precious phones. There have been PINs, passwords, pattern locks, facial recognition, iris […]

App security

LastPass 4.0 redesigns everything you know about password management

January 6, 2016

Via: CrackBerry

LastPass has updated the company’s password security apps on browsers, Android, iOS and OS X/PC. This latest release refreshes the user experience with an attractive new design, not to mention a new Sharing Center and Emergency Access. The revamped interface […]


Kensington Releases Combination Laptop Lock With Backup Keys For IT

November 4, 2015

Via: itCurated

Security is everyone’s job, and reinforcing good habits like locking workstations and choosing complex passwords is something that most IT professionals can relate to. However, with the fast pace of news stories about security vulnerabilities, data breaches, and leaks, it […]


IFA 2015: Toshiba’s 4K-toting Satellite Radius 12 lets you log in with your face

September 2, 2015

Via: itCurated

If you’re fed up of typing in passwords to unlock your laptop, Toshiba’s upcoming 2-in-1 lets you log in with the ultimate security tool instead: your face. The Satellite Radius 12 has a Full HD infrared camera that uses Windows […]