Moving towards two-factor authentication

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Protecting data in the digital age is essential. Recent years have seen a decline in “recreational hacking” and a new wave of commercial hacking as illustrated in the example of the keystroke logger placed at the Sumitomo bank in an effort to steal £220m earlier this year and the various efforts at Denial of Service (DoS) blackmail.

Attempts such as this display the ingenuity, persistence and proliferation of commercial hackers and has led to an increase in concern for protecting crucial systems from unauthorized access. Many businesses stand to lose enormous amounts of money as well as investor confidence from such ...

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