Let’s get rid of all the passwords
By Gary Stevens
Can you imagine an online world without passwords? Probably not, but the fact is that passwords have always come with risk. No one understands that better than Microsoft founder Bill Gates. The 21st century was barely underway when Gates predicted that technology would one day replace passwords with options that are more secure.
What you may not know is that some of those alternatives are already up and running. Thanks to advances in Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Biometrics, we’re poised to get rid of passwords altogether. Here’s what you should know about these newer approaches to information security and what they could mean for you.
The best domain tools in the industry? Yeah, we think so too.
2013 was a good year. Twitter held their IPO, Apple debuted the new iPhone 5S,
the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl (The Editor disagrees that this is a good thing), Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge was born, and Name.com launched the brand new Domain Management tools. Six years ago these domain tools were cutting edge—and for the most part, they have stood the test of time.
But we knew we could do better.
The state of cyber security in 2019: A half-year retrospective
By Sam Bocetta
For most of North America, approaching the middle of the year means going on summer vacation, preparing for the Atlantic hurricane season and enjoying warmer weather.
For many information security specialists, the half-year mark involves looking at how cyber threats have unfolded since January and detecting patterns that may suggest the direction that cybercrime groups are headed in the near future.
Introducing our newest product: SiteLock website security
We’re excited to announce the launch of our latest product, aimed at helping our customers secure their sites from malware and increase website trust. SiteLock is now available to anyone interested in automating the process of keeping their website free from malware.
Best cybersecurity practices for website owners in 2019
By Sam Bocetta
That’s the number of new malware samples that are produced each and every day. In 2017, 43 percent of companies reported cyber attacks or security breaches, totaling more than 160,000 separate incidents. Since such crimes often go unreported, security experts estimate that the real number is more than double that amount and continues to climb.