Biometric Authentication

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Curse and Blessing of Biometric Authentication

Everybody wants the benefits of biometric authentication but nobody wants to pay the potential privacy price. What is the risk for individuals and society at large? To address these challenges Mike Kiser, Director, Strategy and Standards at SailPoint, is giving a keynote speech New Face, Who…

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Frances Zelazny: The Co-Existence of Biometric Identity, Consumer Privacy, and Digital Security

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Frontier Talk #2 | Frances Zelazny - Decentralized Biometrics and Next-Generation Authentication

Raj Hegde sits down with Frances Zelazny, Co-founder & CEO of Anonybit, to understand the novel concept of decentralized biometrics. Tune in to this exciting episode for a deep dive on biometrics, explore the relevance of decentralized biometrics as an alternative to centralized…

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High Assurance MFA Options for Mobile Devices

In recent years much of the focus in the authentication space has been on MFA, mobile devices, and biometrics. Many technical advances have been made which also serve to increase usability and improve consumer experiences. There are a few reasons for this. MFA Multi-factor authentication…

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The Compelling Case for Risk-Based Adaptive Authentication

Consumers and employees are increasingly on-the-go, and that means that more transactions and more work originates from the mobile phone. Fraud and data loss rates have also been rising. A plethora of mobile-based digital identity technologies have entered the market over the last few years…

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PSD2 in a Europe of Small Principalities

Europe’s consumers have been promised for some years now that strong customer authentication (SCA) was on its way. And the rules as to when this should be applied in e-commerce are being tightened. The aim is to better protect the customers of e-commerce services.  This sounds…

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It’s Time to Forget Your Password and Settle for Multi-Factor Authentication

The majority of security breaches and attacks can be traced back to stolen and compromised passwords. Mobile devices are often particularly vulnerable because many users tend to avoid long passwords and special characters.

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Account Takeovers on the Rise

Account Takeover (ATO) attacks are on the rise. The 2019 Forter Fraud Attack Index shows a 45% increase in this type of attack on consumer identities in 2018. ATOs are just what they sound like: cybercriminals gain access to accounts through various illegal means and use…

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Sep 05, 2019: It’s Time to Forget Your Password and Settle for Multi-Factor Authentication

The majority of security breaches and attacks can be traced back to stolen and compromised passwords. Mobile devices are often particularly vulnerable because many users tend to avoid long passwords and special characters.

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Sep 24, 2019: The Compelling Case for Risk-Based Adaptive Authentication

Consumers and employees are increasingly on-the-go, and that means that more transactions and more work originates from the mobile phone. Fraud and data loss rates have also been rising. A plethora of mobile-based digital identity technologies have entered the market over the last few years…