Sticky Password Blog

RSS Feed

Internet Growth and You

Do you look at online security the same way you did 10 years ago – or even 2 years ago? Remember when you were little and your parents would put a book on your head as you stood in the door frame of the kitchen (stretching your neck as much as you could) to mark […]

Sticky Password Teams Up with EyeLock to Provide Password Management Solution for myris

Users receive enhanced password management, form autofill and browser integration with myris, the first-ever iris authentication device for enterprise and mass market. NEW YORK – September 29, 2014 — Password management software provider Sticky Password today announced it has partnered with EyeLock Inc., a market leader of iris-based identity authentication solutions, to integrate its software […]

Larry Bridwell Talks With CNBC’s Hamza Ali About ‘Insider Hacking’

Larry Bridwell, Sticky Password’s Global Security Strategist, chatted with CNBC’s Hamza Ali about ‘insider hacking’ – business IT systems being hacked or breached from inside the company. Cited in the article is an online poll of 300 IT decision makers conducted by Clearswift, a UK-based cyber security firm: a whopping 83% had experienced a data […]

Android User Mag Review: Sticky Password Offers a Comprehensive No-Hassle Package

July is turning out to be a big month for all our German friends. The soccer team made its way convincingly to the final of the world’s largest soccer tournament (olé olé olé), and the team at just published a great review of Sticky Password for Android. “Combined with the capability to synchronize Windows […]

PC Magazine Review: Sticky Password 7 is Excellent

Check out the review of Sticky Password 7 in PC Magazine.  

Security Expert Larry Bridwell Joins Sticky Password to Increase Awareness of Personal Data Protection

NEW YORK – June 4, 2014 — Password management software provider Sticky Password today announced that Larry Bridwell has joined the company as its Global Security Strategist. In this role, Bridwell, a leading expert in global technology security trends, strategies and challenges since 1996, will help bring more awareness to online security for consumers, as […]

Yahoo Says Customers Must Use Yahoo IDs

In an effort to retain customers, Yahoo is changing their policy on allowing their customers to use 3rd party sign-in credentials on Yahoo properties. Yahoo will begin forcing users of their popular online services to use a Yahoo ID instead of their Facebook or Google credentials. For many this will mean having to create a […]

Go Places, Create Passwords

The recent release of  the peer-reviewed research paper GeoGraphical Passwords* by Ziyad S. Al-Salloum got us all excited. New ideas in authorization and security models are what gets us jumping out of bed every morning. And this one had the implied promise of pictures! The author defines the problem he will address by competently listing […]

Idiocracy 2014: FedGov Cybersecurity After 7 Years and $65 billion

“Since 2006, the federal government has spent at least $65 billion on securing its computers and networks, according to an estimate by the Congressional Research Service.” Said Sen. Tom Coburn, MD, Ranking Member, in his Report by the Minority Staff of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Wow! That kind of money must buy […]

Has Social Media Really Changed Everything?

What is it with people when it comes to new technologies? They get all silly-like as if society’s rules and laws don’t apply anymore? We weren’t around back in the early days of the telephone, but we think it might have gone something like this: It’s 1925. Bob is mad at Joe because Joe said […]