October 21, 2014 – PingZine.com

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Characters

As the number of security breaches on personal computers and mobile devices continues to increase, security remains the number one concern for online users. Maybe you know what we’re talking about? Have you got an unpleasant email from your web hosting provider stating that your account has been compromised? Obviously, passwords are put in place to keep people out of our data. The amount of havoc this can cause on your personal life or business is tremendous. Earlier this month Wisconsin based security firm Hold Security discovered the largest data breach to date, revealing that a group of Russian hackers successfully managed to steal over 4.5 billion records, including more than 500 million email addresses and 1.2 billion user names and passwords… Read more

September 9, 2014 – PingZine.com

When Phishing Attacks the Web Kaje fights back with Picture Passwords

The recent breach of privacy on iCloud was due to thefts of text passwords. If iCloud offered Picture Passwords, this would not have happened. Gary Bickford, VP at online privacy and security firm Bright Plaza, responded to news of the iCloud hack,”Using Kaje Picture Passwords®, you can be assured that the phisher who asks for your text password is, in fact, a phisher… Read more

August 7, 2014 – WhatsNewOnTheNet.com

With hacking on the increase, here’s a service that offers picture passwords

Passwords! The bane of digital life, indeed, modern life. With news coming in that Russian hackers have managed to get away with billions of user passwords, Online users are a frustrated lot. Online privacy is fast losing meaning. In such a scenario, one needs to look at other alternatives to passwords. One such is offered in the way of picture passwords called the Kaje Picture Password…  Read more

August 6, 2014 – PRWeb.com

Bright Plaza offers “Kaje” Website Security Solution to Russian Hacker Password Breach

Responding to the New York Times article published August 5th “Russian Hackers Amass Over a Billion Internet Passwords”, Bright Plaza notes that its cloud-based Kaje® Picture Password service was designed and built over a period of five years to help prevent the risks and costs of password compromise as well as the common use of poor quality passwords. The service is now being introduced on a variety of websites in financial, health and other industries.  Read more
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June 11, 2014 – PingZine.com

ID/Dataweb adds Kaje Picture Password to AXN Identity Platform

After one year of testing and evaluation, ID/Dataweb has added the Kaje ™ “Picture Passwords for the Web” service by Bright Plaza, Inc., to its National Institute of Standards (NIST) NSTIC pilot program to test innovative solutions for a seamless, more secure online identity system for the web. ID/Dataweb will incorporate the Kaje service as a standard feature of its Attribute Exchange Network (AXN) open standards platform. Read more