Month: August 2020

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What Is a Hardware Security Module?

A hardware security module (HSM) is a dedicated cryptographic processor designed to protect highly critical and sensitive keys and assets. HSMs act as trust anchors that protect the cryptographic infrastructure of some of the most security-conscious organizations in the world. This piece of hardware may look small, but is mighty powerful. It has the ability to securely manage, process, and store cryptographic keys inside its hardened, tamper-resistant shell.

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The Cyber Risks of Two-Factor Authentication
Cyber Security

Major Risks of Two-Factor Authentication

Phishing attacks are only successful because of the psychological manipulation of social engineering. By using well-known security methods like 2FA, cybercriminals not only manipulate victims into handing over sensitive personal data but also reinforce a false sense of security for employees and company admins.

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