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October 7, 2014

Intercede shortlisted for PwC’s AIM Awards

Intercede recognised amongst most innovative and fastest growing companies on AIM’s growing businesses index London, UK, October 7, 2014 – Leading digital identity specialist Intercede today announced it has been shortlisted for the prestigious Best Technology award in the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) annual AIM Awards. The AIM index comprises start-up enterprises and smaller publicly Read More

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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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October 15, 2014

Experts comment on the Dropbox breach

The news of yet another high-profile online security breach further illustrates how the inherent limitations of the username and password system, combined with lax security habits, are endangering consumers’ valuable digital assets.

Information Security Buzz

October 14, 2014

Dropbox denies hacking claims

Speaking to The Telegraph, Richard Parris, chief executive of identity management firm Intercede, said “Every high profile breach is another nail in the coffin for the humble username and password system.”

The Telegraph

October 14, 2014

Security breaches are another nail in the coffin for passwords

There is clearly a need for increased consumer education and a wide-scale use of more robust security solutions. Every high profile breach is another nail in the coffin for the humble username and password system, as public awareness grows that passwords are simply not up to the task of securing people’s digital assets.

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