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Centrally managed Identity Management and Access Control with Atlassian Crowd

21 Mar 2017 / 0 Comments

How does the Single Sign On (SSO) with Atlassian JIRA and Confluence work? There are two options for using a SSO for Atlassian JIRA and Confluence: Option 1: Using JIRA as a centrally managed user management system for Confluence Option 2: Using Crowd as user management system for JIRA and Confluence Both options are possible […]

 

Atlassian Data Center

14 Mar 2017 / 0 Comments

The SecSign ID 2FA is completely compatible with the JIRA and Confluence Data Center Versions. The only prerequisite is the installation of the 2FA plugin. This can only be done with an admin account. The plugin can be found in the Atlassian Marketplace, available via the plugin manager. In a Data Center plugins are automatically […]

 

Locating the crash report logs on the iPhone

23 Feb 2017 / 0 Comments

 

Securing data in the TEE

01 Feb 2017 / 0 Comments

 

It’s official: SMS-based two-factor authentication is not safe

12 Aug 2016 / 1 Comments

 

SecSign Portal Updates August 2016

08 Aug 2016 / 0 Comments

 

Should You Keep Your Business Data Out of the Cloud?

05 Jul 2015 / 0 Comments

Should You Keep Your Business Data Out of the Cloud? Analyzing the sensitivity of your data and your enterprise needs will help you determine whether it’s time to get out of the cloud and install a private cloud solution on your own servers. We’ll take a look at the types of data that you should […]

 

Installation of a two-step authentication with Apache

15 May 2015 / 2 Comments

 

Secure Portal New Features April 2015

21 Apr 2015 / 0 Comments

Refresh With our new Refresh feature, you can click the refresh icon to reload any current Portal view and check for recent actions or uploads. This is ideal when you may be sharing folders and files and collaborating with others in real-time. The Refresh feature helps you make sure that you’re seeing the latest updates […]

 

How to access iOS Keychain data from the Apple Watch

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Saving confidential data on the iPhone should be done via the keychain. This is a protected area on your iPhone which allows only your app to read the data and only under specific accessibility conditions. If you adding Apple Watch support to your app you will probably need to change the accessibility mode of your […]

 
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