Blog Posts by Ehud Amiri

About the Author

Ehud Amiri is a Senior Director for Product Management at OneLogin. Ehud is passionate about making the world safer by embracing new ways to trust people, devices & applications so that security becomes both effective and frictionless. Prior to joining OneLogin, Ehud served in various product management and engineering roles at CA Technologies, Netegrity, and Business Layers.

Introducing OneLogin Enterprise Sandbox

Design, build, test, and release without affecting your production environment in the new OneLogin Enterprise Sandbox.

October 9th, 2019 | Posted by Ehud Amiri | product and technology, developer

OneLogin with Amazon EventBridge integration makes DevSecOps a reality

See how you can now orchestrate event-based workflows across traditional application boundaries with OneLogin for Amazon EventBridge.

July 11th, 2019 | Posted by Ehud Amiri | product and technology, security and compliance

Introducing the New Look and Feel of OneLogin Admin Console

Preview the updated design and navigation in the new OneLogin admin console.

May 29th, 2019 | Posted by Ehud Amiri | product and technology

How secure is your social login?

Find out how secure your social media authentication is in this study by OneLogin

November 29th, 2018 | Posted by Ehud Amiri | security and compliance

Facebook MFA and the importance of trust

A recent experiment by Gizmodo’s Kashmir Hill and Alan Mislove of Northeastern University raised concerns that Facebook may be “letting advertisers reach users with contact information collected in surprising ways.” One of those “surprising” ways that immediately raised concern among security experts is the ability to leverage phone numbers collected for use in Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for advertiser targeting.

October 5th, 2018 | Posted by Ehud Amiri | security and compliance

What we can learn from last week’s Reddit breach

Last week Reddit confirmed that an attacker breached their network via compromised employee accounts. But what caught my eye was the method by which the employee credentials were compromised.

August 8th, 2018 | Posted by Ehud Amiri | security and compliance, product and technology