Rob K

November 17, 2017
by Rob K
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Access Control|Contextual Authentication

  Access control is simply controlling entry into a cyberspace as previously explained in this blog. For example, you have to have a password to access your Facebook account. This password requirement is access control. Without it, anybody could access … Continue reading

Rob K

November 7, 2017
by Rob K
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CyberSecurity Access Control with Single Sign-on

  If you haven’t noticed yet, browsing the web in 2017 basically requires you to have multiple accounts with usernames and passwords. For my fellow Chrome users, you may forget that you are already signed into your account as soon … Continue reading

Rob K

October 31, 2017
by Rob K
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CyberSecurity Access Control with Two-Factor Authentication

  Cybersecurity is on its way to becoming a $200-billion-dollar industry as we discussed in my previous blog “The Importance of CyberSecurity Access Control”. Like any industry this size, there are many different subcategories within it. In the aforementioned blog, … Continue reading

Rob K

October 24, 2017
by Rob K
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The Importance of CyberSecurity Access Control

It’s 2017 and almost everything in your daily life is tied into an online network of some sort. Going to the movies is no longer checking the newspaper to see what is playing, or calling Moviefone and asking for the … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

August 18, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Improve Network Security by Addressing Typical Attack Vectors

You see that little guy up there with the shield noticeably larger than his entire body? He’s working overtime to improve network security of the environments that he’s charged to protect. Why? Because it’s his job to reduce access by … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

July 1, 2015
by Christopher Perry
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Consider This: A Firewall Security Challenge

Did you ever hear those debates in school: why pizza should be removed from the lunch menu, or why the computer rooms should or shouldn’t get additional computers? If you are anything like me, you probably sat by and listened … Continue reading

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