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The Costs and Risks of Account Takeover

Account takeover attacks result in billions of dollars of fraud and damage to brand reputation each year. These are the costs and risks associated with ATO.

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Enzoic Part of Enterprise Security Magazine’s Top 10 Identity and Access Management Solution Providers for 2019

Enzoic is proud to be part of Enterprise Security Magazine’s Top 10 Identity and Access Management Solution Providers for 2019. Learn why.

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Eliminating the Burden of Periodic Password Reset

NIST 800-63b password guidelines can improve user's experience with passwords, including the guideline to stop forcing periodic password resets for users.

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Credential Stuffing Attacks vs. Brute Force Attacks

Credential stuffing & brute force attacks use very different methods to accomplish account takeover. This article outlines what they are, how they operate and how to handle them.

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A Guide to Law Firm Cybersecurity Risks & Ethical Compliance

Law firms are frequently targeted by hackers but the ABA's Formal Opinion 483 will guide law firm cybersecurity policy to protect firms and their clients.

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Cyberattacks in Higher Ed

As high-profile attacks continue to make headlines, higher education IT departments must prioritize their budgets and personnel deployment to maintain effective security measures and heighten incident response.

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PasswordPing Enters a New Era as Enzoic

PasswordPing an innovative credential screening and cybersecurity company, formally announced today that it has changed it name to Enzoic.

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Strong Authentication vs. User Experience

All enterprises balance their need for strong authentication security against a frictionless user login process.  How some solutions can help that balance.

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Facebook Password Security Fail

Facebook accidentally stores "hundreds of millions" user passwords in plaintext and around 20,000 Facebook employees had access to view these passwords.

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