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August 19, 2014

Consumers leaving back door open to hackers by automatically logging on to Facebook and Gmail

Three in ten consumers admit to sharing passwords with friends, family and colleagues, according to wide-reaching consumer research LONDON – Leading digital identity expert Intercede today revealed the results of its latest research The Rise of the Identity Centric Economy which found that consumers are leaving back doors open to hackers as they sign up Read More

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August 7, 2014

Security fears restricting mobile commerce in the US, according to wide-reaching consumer survey

Almost half of consumers would never use mobile payment and banking apps due to fears about the level of security on their devices, with suspicions highest in the over 55 age group RESTON, VA – Leading digital identity expert Intercede today revealed the results of its new research The Rise of the Identity Centric Economy, Read More

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August 5, 2014

Intercede Extends Strategic Cooperation with Trustonic to launch a MyID Trusted Application Management service

Intercede combines MyID Identity Management platform with Trustonic trusted device technology to deliver fast, simple and secure trusted application deployment to mobile devices Today leading digital identity expert Intercede and Trustonic announced an extension of their strategic collaboration to include a MyID Trusted Application Manager (TAM) service operated by Intercede. Trustonic is the leading provider Read More

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August 25, 2014

Consumers leaving back door open to hackers by automatically logging on to Facebook and Gmail

An Intercede study found that consumers are leaving back doors open to hackers when they sign up for automatic login on mobile apps and services across multiple devices, as well as when they share passwords and PINs with friends, family and colleagues.

Information Security Buzz

August 24, 2014

Mobility matters: has mobile banking plateaued?

In research conducted for ID security firm Intercede, a startling 44% of consumers said they would never use a mobile banking service and 48% said they have no interest in a mobile payment app.

Credit Union Times

August 23, 2014

Password sharing and automatic login puts consumers in danger of being hacked

Users have a tendency to stay logged in to the applications they use most with their mobile devices – often email and social media – risking compromise of their personal information.

ICT Business