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Evernote Introduces Three New Security Features

By May 30, 2013June 11th, 2021Cybersecurity

Everyone’s talking about two-step authentication, and only a select few companies are actually using it. However, as the process becomes more familiar to the public, it’s becoming more prominent. Yesterday, Evernote announced that they will be introducing two-step authentication with their own twist.

Evernote, the incredibly popular and useful note-taking application available on mobile devices as well as computer browsers, announced that it’s now offering three new security tools that are new to its interface. Of course, this includes a two-step verification process, which involves inputting a security code as well as a password. For the time being, it’s completely optional.

Secondly, Evernote now lets its users see the access history of their accounts. This can help verify if people have been secretly snooping around their notes for any reason without detection. And finally, Evernote now enables users to simply say “no” to the ability to access accounts from certain versions of the software. So, if someone is trying to get into an account exploiting a security glitch in an earlier version of Evernote, they’ll simply be denied access, even if they entered the correct password.

Two-step authorization will be the only feature that will be rolled out to their business and premium users at first, and will be available to all users once Evernote’s developers feel that the new security feature is more accepted.

Jason Manteiga

Jason Manteiga

Jason J. Manteiga, Vice President of Olmec Systems, has been part of the company for over the past 20 years. He believes that having a great work environment and supportive team, is the ultimate key to success. Since being in the IT realm for over 25 years, Jason, along with Olmec Systems, has been on the Inc. 5000 “List of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies” and Channel Futures MSP 501 “Top Managed Service Providers in North America,” along with other awards and nominations. Jason earned his Bachelor Degree in Information Systems from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He also holds certifications in Microsoft MCSE, VMWare VCP, and Cisco CCNA. In his spare time, Jason is a contributor for The Center for Social & Legal Research (Privacy Exchange) and a member of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce. His hobbies include cycling and kayaking. He currently lives in New Jersey with his wife, two daughters and son.

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