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Is your token authentication vulnerable to exploit or attack? In this handbook, discover how to lock down two-factor authentication methods in the enterprise. Then, we look at authentication methods such as two-factor tokens, biometrics and cloud-based options. We'll also help you discover why attackers can target the token vendor to take advantage of the security of the authentication system as a whole, and how you can replace the ubiquitous authenticator in your business. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Two-factor authentication: Preventing token exploits
- Password alternatives: Replacing the ubiquitous authenticator
- Windows 8: Cloud-based authentication options
- Case study: Bank of India's two-factor authentication solution
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