Countdown - Top 5 Technologies on the Leading Edge of Authentication

Authentication technologies have made great strides as of late, and the timing couldn't be better: privilege creep, insider abuse and numerous other issues are causing enterprises to turn to innovative techniques to solve emerging problems. In this podcast, Mark Diodati of Burton Group will count down his top five leading edge authentication technologies, including authentication as a service, personal portable security devices, and the credit card OTP form factor.

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Authentication technologies have made great strides as of late, and the timing couldn't be better: privilege creep, insider abuse and numerous other issues are causing enterprises to turn to innovative techniques to solve emerging problems. In this podcast, Mark Diodati of Burton Group will count down his top five leading edge authentication technologies, including authentication as a service, personal portable security devices, and the credit card OTP form factor.

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About the speaker:
Mark Diodati is an identity and privacy strategies analyst for Burton Group.

This was first published in July 2008

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