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Preventing Password Fatigue & Stress

Stress alert! The biggest password problem might be the fatigue and stress. Password stress happens when users must memorize and type a large number of passwords on a consistent basis. Nobody wants to remember and type a long and complex password. But neither do they want to find out that their passwords have been stolen. The…

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American College of Healthcare Trustees and Untethered Labs’ GateKeeper Enterprise Partner to Offer Healthcare Organizations Fastest Hands-Free Computer Access Control

Password key fob for logging into computers using proximity authentication.

COLLEGE PARK, Md., May 12, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The American College of Healthcare Trustees (ACHT) and Untethered Lab’s GateKeeper Enterprise, an on-premise identity access management platform, announce partnership to help hospitals, physician practices and other healthcare organizations to enhance productivity through touchless authentication, while also avoiding unnecessary HIPAA fines and data breaches. This partnership is further supported…

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3 Sectors That Benefited Most from Identity Management Software

The pace at which modern technologies advance is nothing short of impressive. Companies are able to gather and analyze more information and generate actionable insights of better quality. That said, these technological improvements come with great security risks to corporations and businesses of all sizes, including, but not limited to massive data breaches, identity theft,…

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Phishing attack prevention with a key

Phishing attacks are widespread. Prevent data breaches and phishing attacks with passwordless authentication. Tokenized authentication for combating phishing attacks.

A phishing attack is a fraudulent effort by a cybercriminal to steal a victim’s credentials (username and password) or other sensitive information such as credit card numbers. The main method of this attack is to send an official-looking email/communication to dupe the victim into freely providing the correct information. Usually the email comes from a…

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