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2012 has been quite the year for the mobile security industry. We’ve seen bring your own device (BYOD) come to the forefront of discussions, both in terms of its benefits and threats to network security. We’ve seen multiple strands of different trojans and malware that cost companies hundreds of thousands of dollars. Microsoft released Windows […]

2012 has been quite the year for the mobile security industry. We’ve seen bring your own device (BYOD) come to the forefront of discussions, both in terms of its benefits and threats to network security. We’ve seen multiple strands of different trojans and malware that cost companies hundreds of thousands of dollars. Microsoft released Windows […]

NCP engineering announced this week that its Secure Enterprise Management 3.0 would enable powerful Two-Factor Authentication with a One-Time Password that users receive via SMS. This made us wonder, what is your preferred method for Two-Factor Authentication? Don’t see yours listed below? Feel free to let us know what it is in the comments. Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

NCP engineering announced this week that its Secure Enterprise Management 3.0 would enable powerful Two-Factor Authentication with a One-Time Password that users receive via SMS. This made us wonder, what is your preferred method for Two-Factor Authentication? Don’t see yours listed below? Feel free to let us know what it is in the comments. Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

Over the past week, we’ve featured a series of installments that answer your questions about VPNs and DirectAccess. Of particular interest to you were the hardware requirements for DirectAccess, if DirectAccess supercedes VPNs, and what issues Microsoft could improve or optimize. Before releasing Part 4 of the series, we want to know: How often do […]