Improve Efficiency in Dental Offices with Faster Logins

Dental EHR 2FA solution.

How Faster Authentication and Auto-logouts Help Improve Efficiency in Dental Offices Improved efficiency is always a key goal for dental healthcare providers. However, this cannot come at the expense of care quality and patient satisfaction. With faster authentication and auto-logouts, you can target this efficiency while maintaining high levels of performance across key metrics. Eliminate…

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Cyber Insurance Providers Require MFA

MFA for cyber insurance.

People are not afraid enough of data breaches. It’s not that people are fearless and undaunted, it just means most people are unaware in this fast, ever-evolving world of cyber threats. One of the best ways to mitigate cyber risks is to enforce 2FA across the company network. This is why insurance companies are now…

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What DoD Contractors need to do while we wait for CMMC 2.0

CMMC Solution

The Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment recently issued a long-awaited overhaul to its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program. The DoD introduced CMMC 2.0, which streamlines the CMMC program via a significant set of updates, including:  Lowering the number of CMMC levels from 5 to 3 …

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Thin Client 2FA using GateKeeper Proximity

GateKeeper Remote Desktop (RDP) for remote password access into thin clients.

Using Thin Clients with GateKeeper Proximity. The GateKeeper Client application (installed on end user computers) authenticates end users into thin clients running Windows with the proper requirements. This process ONLY authenticates the user on the local thin client, and not on the remote desktop they would be launching from the thin client. Requirements for using…

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How the ENIGMA Cipher was Hacked in World War 2

Codebreakers.

The iconic ENIGMA machine was widely used during World War 2 by the German military and thought to be uncrackable. But the incredible story of how the ENIGMA cipher code was hacked involved brute forcing, an insider threat, human error, and even just plain luck (bad luck for the other side). The Insider Threat that…

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How Faster Authentication and Auto-logouts Help Patient Care

Faster EHR Authentication.

In the field of medical care, efficiency and efficacy are paramount. Patients need to receive the very best care promptly — something which will, in turn, reduce costs and improve satisfaction. But this is difficult, especially in these demanding times. Giving care providers a means to quickly and securely login to workstations and software platforms…

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Thin Client Benefits

MFA for thin clients.

Modern businesses are constantly on the lookout for ways to improve IT effectiveness and cost-efficiency. IT hardware budgets have fallen on average in the last two years, from 35% of total IT budget in 2019 to only 31% in 2021. What’s more, IT departments now expect more from their solutions at a more amenable price…

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History of the Password

Don't change passwords.

The Evolution of the Password Every few months, banks, our company’s IT department, email clients and certain apps remind us to change our passwords. And when we do, some systems even assess the level of difficulty of our new passwords, telling us if our new password is weak or strong. We’re also told that we’re…

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Why Password Change Requirements are Bad

Reduce password changes.

Is your password policy to change passwords every so often? 90 days? According to NIST, the FTC, Microsoft, and other leading organizations, required password changes might be a bad idea for both security and convenience. Forced password changes wasn’t a bad idea. But relying on end users to frequently change their passwords leads to the…

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