Download: 5 things you need to know about single sign-on [IBM]

Most organizations know all about the pains of managing multiple users and passwords.

But picking the right solution isn’t always as clear. To get some clarity, read Softchoice’s latest Solution Guide: “Five Things You Need to Know About Single Sign-On.”

Authored by Softchoice security experts, this guide helps address the challenges of multiple user environments. Do your part for protecting your help desk: share this guide to anyone in your organization who might be interested in it.

What are the real costs of Single Sign-On?

  • 5 to 30: number of passwords most employees need to remember
  • 30%: percentage of help desk calls that are password related
  • $400 Billion: estimated cost to U.S. business from internal security attacks

Download the  Softchoice Single Sign-on Solution Guide now (1.3MB)

    Macs and malware: An ounce of prevention. [ESET, Apple]

    Macs and malware An ounce of prevention

    Okay, you don’t like seatbelts. Too confining, you say. You drive carefully, right? Or, you only use your car for short trips around the block. Of course, that all may sound pretty persuasive until you have an accident – and your arguments, among other things, fly out the window.

    Which brings me to the ongoing debate about Mac security superiority and whether it’s worth protecting Mac computers with anti-virus software. While most Mac users believe they’re invincible as far as viruses, spyware, trojans, worms and other malware go – and for the most part they have been till now – there’s no guarantee that’ll continue to be the case as Macs gain in popularity and hackers are more financially motivated to infect them.

    Software consultant and blogger Graham Cluley writes: [Read more…]