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May 18, 2016

How to safely connect to Skype for Business using RSA security token

SkypeShield offers innovative security solution that allows users of RSA SecurityID and other secure tokens to safely connect to their organization’s Skype for Business server without using their  Active Directory (AD) credentials. SkypeShield's solution adds another secured authentication option, enabling...continue reading
May 11, 2016

Protecting EWS while publishing Skype for Business

Using Skype for Business (Lync), the client interacts with the Exchange server to obtain meeting information. In order to implement this connection, the deployment of Skype for Business requires Exchange Web Services (EWS) published externally to the world. This exposes...continue reading
December 15, 2015

Survey: only 21% of US businesses use multifactor authentication

Despite the fact that usage of workplace smartphones is constantly on the rise, only 21 percent of American businesses are using multifactor authentication to verify a user’s identity when granting access to critical enterprise applications and data, according to a...continue reading
November 30, 2015

What’s broken with Skype for Business security and how to fix it

Two factor authentication (2FA) security solutions are gaining popularity as they add a meaningful extra level of protection against phishing, keyloggers, password reuse and other threats. At the same time, users of Microsoft’s on premises products, such as Skype for...continue reading
September 14, 2015

SkypeShield presented new Skype for Business security solutions at Microsoft’s partner meeting in Hong Kong

SkypeShield has presented a complete security suit for safely connecting to corporate Skype for Business (Lync) servers from mobile and external devices at the upcoming Microsoft partner meeting Channel Kick-off 2015, which took place in Hong Kong on September 11, 2011....continue reading
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