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New eGuide on Adding Two-factor Authentication to your Network

Multi-factor authentication is a key requirement for securing infrastructure, we have tried our best to make it less expensive and less of a headache for users and admins. We do a lot of work helping systems administrators integrate two-factor authentication. These efforts often involve supporting other products and we're ok with that. People ask us "Do you work with my VPN?" So we often produce tutorials on how to add two-factor authentication a specific product, like OpenVPN or a Cisco box or a Juniper UAC.

FISMA report states two-factor authentication could have stopped 52% of incidents

Read the article in NextGov.

Why Information Security Breaches may matter to stock prices

I've been chewing on the this post since @dearestleader's BSidesATL talk and since reading this HBR piece.

WiKID Systems Two-Factor Auth with F5 APM and VMware Horizon with View

Check out this great tutorial on adding WiKID two-factor authentication to an F5 APM for VMware View.

A whole bunch of new Check Point Tutorials

We have just completed a few new tutorials for Check Point. We used the Gaia Open Server R77 and the Smart Console. It's pretty slick, except for only running on Windows. Certainly better than the dated Java interface of the Cisco ASAs.

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