Steps taken to avoid another iCloud data breach [VIDEO]
October 8, 2014


Apple has claimed that it was not responsible for the breach that exposed celebrities' intimate pictures, but the firm is not leaving it at that.

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Mashable recently reported that Apple's Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook affirmed that his company would work to strengthen security for users to minimize the risk of a similar breach occurring again.

As a result, the source explained that there is now an option for the iCloud service to disable remote browser functionality, as well as an addition of two-factor authentication to better manage access to data.

This is yet another major move that involves a shift away from traditional password and credential systems and toward those based in authentication.

Check back for more news on what companies are doing to bolster their data security.