IDaaS (Identity as a Service) – A Single Sign-on Service for the Cloud

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan IDaaS (Identity as a Service)   A Single Sign on Service for the Cloud

The technology of the cloud makes it possible to vastly expand the reach and capabilities of individuals and organizations – through its ability to boost computing and storage capacity through the use of multiple remote servers, the potential to combine infrastructure, software, and services, and the power to provide access to potentially global pools of talent, money, and resources. This … Read More

Iris Pattern Recognition – A Closer Look at How it is Used In Cybersecurity

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan Iris Pattern Recognition   A Closer Look at How it is Used In Cybersecurity

The routine inclusion of a fingerprint scanner on certain popular brands of smartphone points to the fact that biometric security techniques are becoming an increasingly common aspect of our daily lives. Unique personal identifiers based on physical characteristics or behavior are in many ways a more reliable – and certainly a more convenient – method of authentication and validation than … Read More

Software Development Life Cycle or SDLC – the Process of Planning, Developing and Maintaining Secure Software

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan Software Development Life Cycle or SDLC   the Process of Planning, Developing and Maintaining Secure Software

With digital technology so much a part of our daily lives, it’s easy to take software for granted. If an application on our desktop, laptop, or mobile system works, that’s all we’re concerned about. We may not even think of it as software, at all. But if a system or app malfunctions, or if there’s an unwanted intrusion from viruses … Read More

The Origins of Kerckhoff’s Principle and How it is Used in Encryption Today

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Finjan The Origins of Kerckhoffs Principle and How it is Used in Encryption Today

In this era of disclosure, transparency, and the public internet, maintaining exclusive rights or control over knowledge and techniques is a virtual impossibility. Any measures put in place to safeguard the transfer and storage of information have to contend not only with external threats, but also with the intervention of higher authorities (as in the case of investigations by government … Read More

Identity Access Management – How It Is Used to Protect the Enterprise

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Finjan Identity Access Management   How It Is Used to Protect the Enterprise

With advances in technology and the growth of the digital economy, enterprise computer networks have expanded beyond the in-house data center to include wireless and mobile applications and networks, and to embrace the internet at large. Good business practice and the demands of regulatory compliance regimes now oblige commercial organizations to take proper measures to safeguard the security and integrity … Read More

Facial Recognition Technology

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Finjan Facial Recognition Technology

For some years now, biometric measures have been touted as “The Next Big Thing” in cyber-security, with the potential to do away with the hassle of remembering, storing, and periodically changing passwords or access codes. Though validation procedures using unique physical and behavioral traits have been adopted as part of two or multi-factor authentication processes, these technologies have yet to … Read More

VPN Restrictions in China, Russia and Other Countries

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Finjan VPN Restrictions in China, Russia and Other Countries

Although authorities in Europe have taken a stand on data privacy which comes down firmly on the side of the consumer, internet users in other parts of the world haven’t been so lucky. This has sparked a renewed interest in Virtual Private Network or VPN services and applications, as a hedge against government surveillance, targeted advertising, and the attention of … Read More

IoT Security Flaws

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Finjan IoT Security Flaws

With current estimates suggesting that the global network of online and inter-connected smart hardware and applications known as the IoT or Internet of Things will expand to over 20 billion devices by 2020, the market for self-monitoring cars, household appliances that check in regularly with your local supermarket, and numerous other such gadgets, looks set to grow at a steady … Read More

Flaws in the GMR-2 Cipher Used in Cellular Service

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Finjan Flaws in the GMR 2 Cipher Used in Cellular Service

In areas where conventional network coverage isn’t available, cellular service is routinely parceled out via satellite telephone systems, which provide encryption security for their data transmission through what’s known as the GMR-2 cipher. Such services may be the only option for users in remote or isolated environments, like ocean-going vessels or high-altitude locations – and they’re also a critical choice … Read More

How to Prevent a SQL Injection

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Finjan How to Prevent a SQL Injection

If you’re a fan of contemporary thriller movies or television, you’ll no doubt have watched a scene where some enterprising (usually young, and quirky) “hacker” sits in front of a keyboard, flexes their fingers, and spouts knowledgeably about the various methods he/she will use to break into the Pentagon/bank security system, or whatever. The words, “SQL injection” may likely come … Read More