Archive for the ‘Technical’ Category

Looking for a Gigya Alternative? Try LoginRadius, a Superior and Modern Identity Platform

The customer identity space is in a dynamic phase, with lots of activity around mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and investment. One notable event was the SAP acquisition of Gigya in late 2017. Now that a year has gone by, existing Gigya contracts are ending. Engineers are probably thinking that everything’s fine and that not much has changed with their customer identity solution. But as a leader, you should be worried. The Gigya technology may not have changed (yet) but the company that delivers it has changed significantly.

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Presenting: Progressive Profiling from LoginRadius

Have you ever had a website ask for personal information that made you say, “Why do you need to know that?” Customers may not always understand why certain information is necessary, which can cause a lack of trust between them and the company. Progressive profiling is a new feature of the LoginRadius Identity Platform that gradually gathers  data from customers in an automated way.

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Best Practices for Choosing Good Security Questions

Security questions can add an extra layer of certainty to your authentication process. Security questions are an alternative way of identifying your customers when they have forgotten their password, entered the wrong credentials too many times, or tried to log in from an unfamiliar device or location.

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Why Google Was Fined €50 Million for GDPR Violations

Google has been fined a record €50 million by a French regulator for failing to properly inform users how their data is being collected and used. This fine is the largest to come from European legislation that went into effect in 2018. The European Union’s new privacy law, called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), gives its citizens more control over their data and how companies use it.

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Epic or Fail: Winners and Losers in Customer Data Security

Last year saw some of the largest, most trusted companies like Facebook, Google+, T-Mobile, and Under Armour experience massive customer data breaches. The number and scale of data breaches each year affects companies across every industry and shows no signs of slowing down.

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