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Norman

Norman is Head of Marketing Manager for My1Login.
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CB Insights cites My1Login as Global Leader in Identity Management

Posted by Norman on May 26, 2017 11:39:09 AM

CB Insights today cited My1Login as a Global Leader in Identity Management. Cisco, Salesforce, Castrol, Gartner, as well as top-tier VCs including, NEA, Upfront Ventures, RRE, and FirstMark Capital all rely on CB Insights to help them make decisions.

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My1Login Approved as UK Government Supplier

Posted by Norman on May 25, 2017 5:08:53 PM

We are delighted to announce that My1Login has been selected as a G-Cloud 9 supplier – the UK Government procurement framework for public-sector bodies.

My1Login’s Identity & Access Management solution is now available to procure through this latest framework agreement on the Digital Marketplace.

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Mike Newman, My1Login CEO, Speaking at IP Expo

Posted by Norman on Apr 13, 2017 3:29:38 PM

Our CEO, Mike Newman, will be speaking on 26th April at IP Expo Manchester. My1Login will also be exhibiting at the event which is being held at Manchester Central, Manchester from 26th - 27th April. 

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Three Mobile Hacked: Insider Threat Puts Details of 6 Million Customers at Risk

Posted by Norman on Nov 22, 2016 2:40:08 PM

Three Mobile have admitted suffering a data breach, a breach that could put at risk the personal details of up to 6 million customers. The hackers successfully gained access to the Three Customer Upgrade Database by using an employee login. Three have admitted that details from 130,000 of their customers is known to have been stolen.

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InfoSec Threat in Wake of Yahoo Hack

Posted by Norman on Sep 27, 2016 5:25:49 PM

Half a billion user records have been stolen from Yahoo, in what the company have called a "State Sponsored" hack. Yahoo's belief that it's the victim of a state sponsored hack has been questioned by some commentators, not least Yahoo's former engineering Infosec chief, Jeremiah Grossman, who suggested that  "State-sponsored adversaries don’t typically publicly share stolen data or sell it".

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My1Login Press Release - August 2016

Posted by Norman on Aug 18, 2016 3:37:02 PM

Copy of My1Login Press Release (August 2016)

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Counting the Cost of a Data Breach – Accountancy Firm Sage Hacked

Posted by Norman on Aug 15, 2016 5:24:08 PM

Accountancy software firm, Sage, has suffered a data breach, in which "personal details and bank account information for employees of as many as 300 large UK companies may have been compromised."

Sage announced that they were "investigating unauthorised access to customer information using an internal login”. City of London police are currently investigating to determine who was responsible.

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Why Your Password Policy Is Broken

Posted by Norman on Apr 26, 2016 2:59:54 PM

Every IT Department worth their salt has a password policy that their employees are required to adhere to. In reality though, your password policy is broken and it won't keep your company secure...

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Why Your Youngest Staff Are Your Biggest Security Risk

Posted by Norman on Apr 7, 2016 3:29:42 PM

It’s common knowledge that employees are the weakest link in corporate security, with their poor practices being responsible for 65% of the causes of data breaches. However, a study by Absolute has found it’s actually a subset of users, Millennials, who are the worst offenders and pose the greatest risk to your organisation.

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Who Owns The Risk of Being Hacked?

Posted by Norman on Jan 20, 2016 3:47:38 PM

2015 was a bumper year for data breaches, with 475 million records being stolen across the most-severe 200 hacks. TalkTalk, Ashley Madison, Carphone Warehouse, Rakuten & LINE Corp all hit the headlines for high-profile data breaches. Most hacks don’t make the news, but with a whopping 30,000 websites being attacked everyday, it’s imperative that the level of security assurance in your organisation is sufficient to mitigate the risks.

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