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SecurEnvoy

Company profile

SecurEnvoy is the trusted global leader of Tokenless® two-factor authentication. As the pioneers of mobile phone based Tokenless® authentication; SecurEnvoy lead the way with ground breaking solutions that others aspire too.

Our innovative approach to the Tokenless® market now sees thousands of users benefitting from our solutions all over the world. With users deployed across five continents, our customers benefit from significant reduced time to deploy and a zero footprint approach means there is no remote software deployment and administrators enjoy the management tools allowing them to rapidly deploy up to 15000 users per hour.

Our design philosophy is based on re-using existing customer technology investments such as Microsoft Active Directory, simplifying the end user authentication experience while enhancing the overall security.

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2 Factor Authentication Demo

16 Oct 2012

A demonstration of a day in the life of the IT guy handling staff Login issues and how it can be easily solved with tokenless Two Factor Authentication.

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The complexities of Two-Factor Authentication

05 Jul 2012

Adam Bruce and Andy Kemshall discuss the complexities of distributing and maintaining physical tokens; explain why Green Peace have selected the tokenless authentication as the most sustainable authentication security measure available; discuss how the uptake of mobile phones globally provides an ideal platform for two factor authentication whilst reducing costs.

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GASA BØG GROUP Grows With SecurEnvoy - Case Study

11 Dec 2012

GASA BØG GROUP is one of Europe’s leading distributors of flowers and floral products, based in Denmark, with four main disciplines: wholesale, retail, garden centres and young plants. Part of the DLG Group - the 14th largest company in Denmark, GASA BØG GROUP has multiple offices both here, around Europe and the world - including Holland, Germany, England, Poland, Italy  and Sweden. It has grown both organically and through acquisition, the most recent being Bøg Madsen in 2012, with the merger expected to be completed by January 2013.

Today GASA BØG GROUP employs approximate 550 people, of which 420 require access to its central data centre. The company has a second, smaller data centre as a back up facility in case of emergency.

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The Fundamental Flaw of the ‘Find My Mac’ Feature

12 Nov 2012

From also-ran to industry leader, Apple has managed to build an unbeatable customer base for its products. Its game-changing design and fundamental understanding of the way that users want to interact with technology have attracted an enormously loyal fan base.

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SMS authentication security depends on user education: Experts

12 Dec 2012

Shopping or banking online depends on trust. Individuals interact with sites that they trust, and sites have to trust the person who is transacting with them.

Posted on: 12th December 2012 at 12:00am

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Largest-ever US public sector cyber attack is warning on the criminal value of customer credentials

08 Nov 2012

The recent, and largest, cyber attack ever on a state government in the US, shows that attacks on third-party credentials - which can be used in identity theft frauds - are becoming more and more commonplace.

Posted on: 8th November 2012 at 12:00am

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