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The case for better, stronger, two factor authentication

More and more websites, especially those run by large banks, are requiring two-factor authentication (2FA). Other websites such as Twitter are also offering an opt-in 2FA.

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It’s time to talk about the bits and the bytes

Have you had “the talk” with your kids yet? No, not that talk. I mean the “digital talk.” It’s not about the birds and the bees in our digital world, it’s about the bits and the bytes.

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Monday Tech Roundup – From the people’s Yelp to more Facebook hoaxes

As Apple released OS X El Capitan and Amazon announced it will stop selling competing video products such as the Chromecast and Apple TV, Facebook was inundated once more by the usual hoaxes.

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Microsoft quietly helps humanity

Microsoft Research is an amazing organization. Much of what they do is pure research, and much of this is about solving the world’s most vexing problems.

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More than 1,000 Redmond Magazine readers give GFI WebMonitor thumbs up

It was GFI WebMonitor that shined in this year’s Redmond Reader’s Choice Awards. Our solution received the Platinum award in the User Activity Monitoring category.

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Hack Hall of Shame: September 2015

September brought news of yet another insurance breach as it was revealed that the details of over 10 million people were compromised in an attack on Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield.

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Auditing in Exchange Part 2

Mailbox audit logging records whenever a mailbox is accessed by someone other than the person who owns the mailbox.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – September 2015

For IT professionals, September is just another month of updates and fixes as we scramble to stay ahead of the hackers and attackers who don’t seem inclined to take a break to enjoy the fall foliage.

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