Quote of the week has got to be “Before, our systems were a little bit vulnerable, and now they are not” from Andrew Brenson, a spokesman for the charity Children In Need. Almost as good is the report of their business case for implementing a new two factor authentication solution as being that their “previous system needed to be improved.”
If only all business cases for spending money on security were so easily written.
The full article from Computer Weekly can be read here: https://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240084339/Save-the-Children-brings-in-two-factor-authentication. However, if you have five minutes to waste, rather than reading that article, read this one instead…http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-gb/security/aa473878.aspx. It’s the new “Developer Highway Code” from Microsoft (thanks to Mark Curphey for putting the link on his blog). I’ll talk more about this one later in the week.