Two-factor authentication is a security process in which the user provides two means of identification from separate categories of credentials, usually provided by a user name and a password match. Additional layers of protection are provided by methods such as tokenization, biometrics, IP address and SSL level authentication, and geolocation. Learn how these extra layers of protection can help your organization.
Software as a Service (hence the acronym, SaaS) stands for the highest level – application level – within the cloud. Applications operate within said level and are accessible for users on demand.
Miami, FL: C&M Software, LLC, credit & risk analysis cloud solutions firm, today announced the appointment of James Largotta as Chief Executive Officer. In this role, he will assume overall responsibility for C&M Software, LLC including all lines of business and groups within North America.
In 2008, identity theft rose to 22% affecting 9.9 million American adults annually. The average fraud per incident was $4,849, while the total annual fraud amount increased to a staggering $48 billion. At that rate, one of every five Americans will have their identity stolen this year alone. Fraud continues to be a substantial threat and difficulty for the U.S. increasing considerably by 12.6% annually. The average cost of new account fraud is $3197, and typically takes 151 days to detect an occurrence, according to Javelin Strategy and Research.