Making cybersecurity simple and doable

Creating less complex security systems will make them more effective, writes Quinton O’Reilly

29th September, 2019
Michael Conway, director at Renaissance

Cybersecurity is always evolving, and keeping up with the many different strands is tough to do.

Nowhere more so than with issues of identity, where verifying that the person logging in is who they say they are - without making it cumbersome for the end-user – is the constant challenge.

In security circles, there can be a tendency to increase the number of hoops people have to jump through, not taking into account what the...

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