Enzoic CEO, Michael Greene was recently in CyberEd.

CyberEd Magazine Session with Enzoic CEO Michael Greene

Enzoic CEO Michael Greene had a recent session with CyberEd. CyberEd.io provides the latest discussions on cybersecurity topics straight from industry leaders for the security practitioner on-the-go. Here is a quick summary of that session. Strong Authentication Hindering the User Experience Numerous options exist for strong authentication, but most involve introducing some form of friction into the user experience. User …

NIST 800-171: Change of Characters in Passwords

NIST 800-171: Change of Characters in Passwords

Cybersecurity risks are a concern for every business, including the Federal government. Until the introduction of NIST 800-171, there was not a consistent approach between government agencies on how data should be handled, safeguarded, and disposed of. This caused a myriad of headaches, including security concerns, when information needed to be shared. After several high profile incidents culminating in the …

Allen Spence, Director of Product Leadership at IDShield

Enzoic Customer Profile: IDShield

Identity Theft Protection: A Crucial Consideration in Today’s Heightened Environment Why IDShield Partners with Enzoic for Comprehensive Identity Theft Protection for Our Customers. By Guest Blogger: Allen Spence, Director, IDShield Product Leadership, LegalShield According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, there were over 1,200 reported breaches last year alone, which exposed over 400 million records. And as Time’s Patrick Lucas …

Old Ways vs. New Ways: Employee Password Hardening: https://www.enzoic.com/employee-password-hardening/

Old vs. New Methods for Employee Password Hardening

Employee password hardening: Do not just mitigate bad passwords. Eliminate weak and compromised passwords. Threats to password-based authentication can overwhelm organizations. Because passwords are still the most common way for users to access their account, they invite abuses from bad actors. It is made worse by the security negligence of employees.  But hardening employee passwords can be difficult without introducing significant …

Mid-Sized Firm Cybersecurity

Firm Cybersecurity: Professional Services Firms are Vulnerable Targets

What Can Professional Services Firms Do to Protect Themselves from Cybersecurity Threats? Cybercriminals are frequently targeting mid-sized, service-based businesses such as law firms, accounting firms, and financial services firms at unprecedented rates. While the news is full of stories of high-profile data breaches affecting the likes of Facebook, Google, Marriott, MyFitnessPal, and other prominent companies; this focus on large companies …