Today, Duo Security & Hunter2 are excited to release a new service, associated open-source lessons, and two training slide decks to help enable teams to provide a better educational experience.
How do we protect sensitive information from prying eyes on our computers and networks? The simple answer is to deploy controls to monitor and restrict the transfer or viewing of sensitive data on those shared resources.
With Twitter’s recent move to “push” and public-key cryptography, we and many others were glad to see them move away from SMS-only 2 factor authentication. Not only did they add better security, but they are also providing their users with a much more appealing experience.
> In the world of security assessments, penetration testing often stands out as "the service I need to have done" when businesses are desiring to seek out a third-party evaluation of their security posture. However, there can be a large gap between the reality of penetration testing versus what a company actually needs to have done.
To understand how to protect your data and accounts, it's helpful to know common ways in which your passwords and credentials could be stolen and used against you.