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The Future of Authentication and Authorization


Clearly, there is a trend towards approaches for strong, simple, and flexible authentication, beyond passwords. However, just talking about multi-factor authentication and password vaults is not sufficient. What organizations should evaluate are versatile authentication and, as the next and logical step, context- and risk-based authentication and authorization. That is the real trend. In this webinar, KuppingerCole Senior Analyst Dave Kearns will talk about the bigger picture on the future of authentication and authorization.

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It’s called “adaptive” because it adapts to the circumstances at the time of the authentication ceremony and dynamically adjusts both the authentication factors as well as the facet(s) of the factors chosen. This is all done as part of the risk analysis of what we call the Adaptive Policy-based Access Management (APAM) system.
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