Evernote released two-factor authentication for a test group of its users today, along side two new features that allow you to see both when a device accesses your account and from where.
Twitter launched its two-factor authentication security product today, which will take the form of text message codes. The move comes after a number of publications were hacked, resulting, in one case, in a reaction from Wall Street.
Once upon a time, you knew who to fire when a hack took down your servers: The “little weenies” running around in the basement of your company, as AlienVault’s Russell Spitler put it. But that’s all changing.