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Strong Authentication, please! But make it stirred, not shaken!

Jan 31, 2011 by Sebastian Rohr

Back to the roots - Strong Authentication is my topic of the month. To be more precise, the combination of several methods of strong authentication all managed through one central, versatile system, allowing both high-security solutions with high cost per authentication and mass-market easy to use methods for low to medium security settings. Versatile Authentication Services/Servers/Platforms are key to low TCO and high usability for different user segments and use-cases. I already finished most of my market analysis and am currently compiling the report. If you feel the urge to let me know about your fresh product/solution in that segment, let me know :-) Just comment this post or write to me ! Thanks for your input - see you all at EIC2011 to discuss the results!

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