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TeleSign Infrastructure Not Vulnerable to Heartbleed (CVE-2014-0160)April 9, 2014

TeleSign's operations and engineering team has conducted a comprehensive security audit of our systems confirming that we were not susceptible to the Heartbleed vulnerability. As should anyone who provides a Internet service, our audit involved a review of all systems and devices that utilize the OpenSSL library for SSL communications.

WhatsApp is a Mobile Identity CompanyMarch 4, 2014

WhatsApp’s success lies in its registration process, not its messaging prowess. Much has been said about the features that were key to WhatsApp’s growth, which include simplicity, focus on one product, device coverage, and of course, luck and timing.

A Sure ThingFebruary 3, 2014

Here’s a fact that’ll make uncomfortable reading for anyone betting on the app business. Research indicates that no less than 4%-8% of messaging app installation attempts fail.

Under Your ThumbFebruary 1, 2014

First there was Two-Factor Authentication. Something You Know (a PIN or a password) plus Something You Have (a key, a hard token, a chip in a credit card, or - best of all - a mobile phone.

Best Security Practices for EmployeesJanuary 30, 2014

With the consumerization of IT and bring-your-own policies, IT departments are often left at the whim of the average end user. You can set-up firewalls, require employs to use VPN, and patch servers but you simply can’t remove human error from your business security. Here are the top best practices that employee should know.

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