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September 29, 2014

ShellShock vulnerability assessment

Recently, reports in the media have highlighted the ‘ShellShock’ vulnerability that affects the Bash component of Unix based operating systems. https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2014/09/24/Bourne-Again-Shell-Bash-Remote-Code-Execution-Vulnerability https://www.cert.gov.uk/resources/alerts/update-bash-vulnerability-aka-shellshock/ Intercede have evaluated the potential problems with respect to MyID installations and are pleased to advise that we have not found any direct risks posed to MyID by ShellShock. Bash is a component Read More

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September 29, 2014

Major US public sector agency orders newly-launched MyID derived credentials for mobile devices

Existing Intercede customer to use latest release of MyID credential management software to meet new US Government FIPS 201-2 security standard Lutterworth, UK – Leading digital identity expert Intercede today announced that a high-profile US Federal government agency has placed an initial order for its MyID v10.1 credential management software to provide its employees with Read More

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September 17, 2014

Result of Annual General Meeting

The AGM of Intercede Group plc was held on Wednesday 17 September 2014 at 2.00 pm.  All resolutions were passed on a poll. Resolutions 1 to 6 were passed as ordinary resolutions and resolutions 7 to 8 were passed as special resolutions. The number of ordinary shares in issue is 48,735,005. For full details click Read More

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Intercede in the media

September 30, 2014

US public sector agency orders MyID derived credentials for mobile devices

Leading digital identity expert Intercede announced that a high-profile US federal agency has placed an initial order for its MyID v10.1 credential management software to provide its employees with secure identity via derived credentials on mobile devices to meet the new FIPS 201-2 standard.

HS Today

September 29, 2014

Education is the key to increasing mobile security

The swathes of high-profile security breaches in recent months have only served to highlight the need to educate the public on the inadequacies of the security systems currently in general use. For too long people have relied on simple to remember PINs and passwords and used lax security practices on their connected devices.

Help Net Security

September 29, 2014

Intercede gets US government order for MyID derived credential management

Intercede has received an order from a US Federal government agency to use the MyID v10.1 credential management software for derived PIV credentials on mobile devices. The agency has ordered the product for its employees to meet FIPS 201-2 standards in mobile device security.

TMCnet.com