Make Teams Slack Other Collaboration Tools UltraSecure

Keeping Your Communications Systems Safe Takes Practice Gary Audin August 29, 2019 Don’t assume you’re ready for a security attack if you’ve never exercised what you have in place. Hotshot_SP_magnifier_globe_774.png Find out more about how Hotshot adds location and time as elements to a Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) strategy in this whitepaper, “Protection 101: Why Your Business Needs an Ultra-Secure Collaboration Tool Now.” Download now to learn how to empower your enterprise to protect its data with a zero-trust architecture, thereby changing the threat surface dramatically.Tags:News & ViewsHotshotcollaboration toolSMS messagesMFAzero-trust architectureSecurityTeam Collaboration Tools & WorkspacesVendor Perspective Articles You Might Like As we’ve seen time and again — say, with Metro Bank in the UK earlier this year, where cyber-criminals stole the 2FA OTP (One Time Password) by hijacking SMS messages — communication tools are the main targets of cyber-criminals looking for an entry point to your proprietary data, customer information, competitive insight, and other valuable material. For any business that communicates via desktop or mobile devices, confidential data, and even your company’s competitive advantage, is at stake. The Not-So-Private Elevator Martha Buyer August 20, 2019 Though not a commonly known exploit, hackers can eavesdrop on elevator conversations – exposing individuals and potentially enterprises to security risks. Is there a better way to communicate internally and with third-party collaborators, while staying ahead of malicious actors? And, how can an identity system build a layered perspective of a user’s digital identity through multiple data points? To address this, it’s important to use more factors than the simple possession of a smartphone and entry of a PIN to serve as an MFA token. Using sensors built into smartphones, Hotshot designed an identity platform which uses location services, gyroscopes, accelerometers, and light sensors to help provide proof that a user is inherently who they say they are. As Hotshot advances the development of its identity system, the company continues to focus on gaining additional visibility into the history and assurance of a user’s digital identity. The first two components of Hotshot’s enhanced identity system are time and location. By building policies and monitoring tools to gather precise time and location data, the security of systems can be enhanced. When bad actors gain access to sensitive information an entire company is at-risk — not only considering privacy and security issues, but also considering the vast legal and compliance exposure that goes along with a modern cyber attack. IT Security Refresh: The Cyber Defense Matrix Terry Slattery October 02, 2019 With the Cyber Defense Matrix, enterprises can measure their security coverage and discover gaps in their IT strategy. With a growing mobile-first business culture, there are many associated risks and vulnerabilities. SMS messages especially are now increasingly prone to a plethora of sophisticated attacks. The Threat of Toll Fraud Persists Irwin Lazar September 16, 2019 With a toll fraud prevention and mitigation strategy, enterprises can identify and mitigate potential toll threats – sometimes before they even happen. Today more than ever, however, businesses rely on collaboration and gig-workers who can jump into challenges and quickly find and share solutions. In order to enable this, today’s businesses need a modern collaboration tool that offers more than the old-fashioned two-factor authentication (2FA). Phish-Prone Testing, Keep Your Enterprise Secure Scott Murphy August 21, 2019 Phishing testing teaches employees to detect and respond to malicious emails, helping to create a culture of security. See All in Security » Log in or register to post comments read more

Pres Granger meets with diplomats on Guyanas political situation

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedDiplomatic Community urges respect of CCJ rulingJune 18, 2019In “latest news”Int’l community urges ‘expeditious’ adherence to CCJ ordersJuly 15, 2019In “latest news”Pres. Granger says there is no deadline for electionsJuly 25, 2019In “latest news” President David Granger, this morning, addressed members of the Diplomatic Corps on the current political situation in Guyana.The event was held at State House. Members of Diplomatic Community The diplomatic community has been following with keen intent the political situation in Guyana, particularly in light of the rulings of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).On June 18, 2019 – following the court ruling validating that the government was defeated by a no-confidence motion – the diplomatic community urged that the ruling be respected.A joint statement was issued by the United States Ambassador to Guyana Sarah-Ann Lynch, the United Kingdom High Commissioner Greg Quinn, the High Commissioner of Canada Lilian Chatterjee and head of the EU delegation Jernej Videtič.Then on July 15, 2019, several other members issued another statement urging compliance with the CCJ orders – that the Constitution of Guyana be followed.A joint statement was issued by the United States, Great Britain, and the European Union. read more