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“Always connected” seems to be how we live our lives today. Through advances in technology, being and staying connected is pretty easy. Take for example the web, available 24x7 with endless opportunities to explore the world, retrieve information, interact with each other electronically, and do business instantaneously.
On November 13, 2013 we were awarded a ranking on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™. This is our third consecutive year recognized as one of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America.
A clear an consistent theme from nearly every IT and admin management session here at Dreamforce is a focus on security and protecting data stored in the Cloud. The entire show focuses on the speed at which new technology, new products, and innovation is happened. In fact when Marisa Mayer was asked to sum up her experience so far at Yahoo her answer was "Fast." Fast is fantastic, but many security and IT professionals have real concerns. The sentiment seems to be that innovation is outpacing our ability to keep people safe.
40 years ago, on April 3rd 1973, Martin Cooper, then at Motorola, made the first call, using a DynaTAC prototype ‘brick’ style phone, to the landline of Joel Engell, who worked for competitor Bell Labs.
As two-factor-authentication becomes ubiquitous across consumer web properties and the enterprise, MITM attacks are becoming more commonplace and transaction verification is the best method to prevent these types of attacks.