| Since the dawn of the information age, businesses have been using “something you know” passwords to secure access to company data. However, in today’s data-breach-of-the-week landscape, the password is no longer a sufficient method of protecting precious information.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is on the radar of most companies, including OneLogin.
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Retailers must make sure their remote employees know how to keep data secure.
With the right blend of cloud systems, organizations can respond swiftly to both internal and external factors, be it a large batch of new hires or a sudden shift in customer needs. But, as I’ve experienced working with organizations on their security upgrades, taking advantage of this scalability starts with overcoming the challenge of connecting your cloud and legacy physical resources.
Today we detected unauthorized access to OneLogin data in our US data region. We have since blocked this unauthorized access and reported the matter to law enforcement.
May 31st, 2017 | Posted by Alvaro Hoyos
The start of the year is always a time to reflect on the past 12 months and discuss trends for the future. 2016 was quite a year for cybersecurity. If it were a war, there would be many songs of battles lost and not many of battles won. But such is the nature of cybersecurity. In that spirit, OneLogin continued to invest in our security and privacy programs, rolling out several initiatives to strengthen our defenses for 2017 and beyond.
There have been too many instances in 2016 of human error causing company data to be compromised, from the Snapchat breach, where an attacker posed as one of the company’s chief executives to trick an employee into releasing employee financial data, to the Seagate incident where a senior HR executive became the victim of a sophisticated phishing scheme, resulting in employee tax information being exposed.
In a post-Snowden, post-Heartbleed era, it is easy to declare cybersecurity as one of the more important issues impacting most global citizens. Around the world, Internet access is fast becoming a monthly utility bill instead of a luxury item, and this means that a large portion of the world’s population is not only reaping the benefits, but also dealing with the risks of a highly interconnected environment.