To prevent online fraud, financial institutions that offer online banking are
required by the Federal Financial Insitutions Examination Council (FFIEC) to
double-check that the person logging in to the system is a valid customer.
When BankNewport in Rhode Island adopted a Two-Factor authentication plan,
its concern was to make the transition as easy as possible on its customers.
In addition to requiring online customers to use a password, the bank chose
to install digital certificates from Comodo on each customer's computer.
The process looked simple: the first time the customer tried to log in, the
bank would send the customer a digital certificate, a small document. The
document would install itself on the customer's computer. Every time the
customer tried to log in after that, the bank's computer would check for the
As required by the FFIEC, BankNewpo... (more)
Security on Ulitzer Jersey City, NJ, July 28, 2009 - "People who should know
better think that by avoiding porn and gambling sites, they can avoid getting
malware on their computers," said Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO and President of
Comodo. "Not today."
"People who do know better know that there are some basic requirements
everyone needs to have before they even think of using the Internet. One of
those requirements is malware protection."
Comodo distributes free award-winning antivirus and firewall protection. More
than 18,000,000 copies of Comodo security software have been install... (more)
Jersey City, NJ, December 17, 2009 - The US unemployment rate is so high that
two US Senators have introduced the Employ America Act, aiming to cut back on
alien workers hired on H1-B visas. With a 10%+ jobless rate, there is a lot
of talented competition for work. If an IT executive loses a job because of a
data breach, he or she might be out of work for a long time—without
IT executives at ChoicePoint, Inc., looked like heroes when they reacted
swiftly to a potential data breach in 2005. More often, though, leaky data
pipes lead to unpleasant consequences for the exe... (more)
"If it's urgent enough to send in a business email, it's usually something
you don't want others to see," said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Chief Security
Architect and CEO of Comodo Group, Inc., a leading Internet security company.
"Most emails are not secure messages. To a moderately skilled person, inside
the organization or out, they are as easy to read or even to change, as a
postcard written in pencil."
Emails do not reach their recipients directly. The senders have no control
over the route their emails take, from server to server, to their
destinations. Anyone between the sender a... (more)
Patent-pending technology from Comodo allows attorneys and clients to
communicate at the speed of the Internet and yet to protect their privileged
communications easily. Without exchanging public keys, senders can encrypt
confidential information in transit.
Jersey City, NJ, May 05, 2009 - Attorneys sometimes need to transmit vast
amounts of sensitive data, rapidly. If they choose to do so by email, they
must consider that email, though convenient, is not secure
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