The Case for FIDO2: The Most Secure Option on the Market

FIDO2 is the single most impressive piece of technology that can have an impact on human behavior and cybersecurity. Let’s get that out of the way. It’s a bold statement, but we’re going to tell you w...
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Employee Spotlight: Norman Field

For the month of October, StrongKey is highlighting Solutions Architect, Norman Field. You may recognize Norman from some of our webinars like, Passwordless Authentication: How It Works and Why You Ne...
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Mitigating Data Breaches with ALESA

Question: Aside from eliminating sensitive data from your business process, what are two things you can do to eliminate much of the risk of a data breach? Answer: Application-Level Encryption and Stro...
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Protecting COVID-19 Medical Data Using FIDO

In the world of cyber espionage, the law of supply and demand reigns supreme—so it shouldn't be a surprise that in our pandemic-stricken present, there's no hotter commodity on the current black marke...
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Lessons For IT Professionals From Prominent Security Breaches

Ask a security professional what the acronym "CIA" in data security expands to. If you get the response "confidentiality, integrity, availability," then you'll get an indicator of why the state of cyb...
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Employee Spotlight: Pushkar Marathe

For the month of September, StrongKey is spotlighting Pushkar Marathe, who just celebrated his 10-year anniversary with the company. Aside from being a mainstay on our fitness competition board, he so...
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Employee Spotlight: Pashara Black

Pashara was chosen for our first-ever Employee Spotlight. She has been at StrongKey for over a year now and, among other feats of prowess, was recently selected for the Triangle Business Journal's 202...
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Voice of the Future

HELLO, COMPUTER? The landscape around payments processing is a convoluted, pockmarked patchwork with hazy bogs of uncertainty parked right beside towering bastions of safety and confidence. Increasing...
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Twitter Hack in Bitcoin Scam Reveals Fundamental Security Flaw

Back in July 2006 when Twitter, then known as Twtrr, was unleashed onto the unsuspecting public, the world was a simpler and gentler place. President Bush rolled out an anticipatory in case Flu Pandem...
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Diversity + Inclusion Improves the Bottom Line

This past week, I moderated a panel on how diversity and inclusion improves the bottom line at the North Carolina Tech Association’s Diversity + Inclusion Virtual Summit. Panelists included executives...
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