How much do you REALLY know about online security?

  • Why you should always use multi-factor authentication in security systems

    22 December 2016

    For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a method of access control whereby a person must provide at least two disparate pieces of evidence to unlock an authentication mechanism — this is usually categorised into three categories, although it is fairly common for multi-factor systems to employ a single category. The three categories are as follows: knowledge (something they know), inherence (something they are), and possession (something they have).

  • 4 Ways to Improve the Security of Your Garage or Shed

    9 December 2016

    If you have a garage or shed that you use to store expensive gardening equipment or tools, you may be worried about intruders gaining entry to the building. Because garages and sheds are often located in areas that are out of view and are separate to the main residence, they are particularly vulnerable to attack. Below are four ways you can modify your garage to improve its security. Install a metal door