Countdown: Top 5 consumer authentication technologies on the market today

In late 2005 the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) issued a guidance stating single-factor authentication was no longer adequate for securing online banking transactions. The guidance did not specify what types of technologies would meet the requirement, but many vendors have scrambled to come up with cost-effective and easy product offerings that can be deployed to the masses. This Podcast will countdown the top 5 vendor options available when it comes to consumer Web authentication.

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In late 2005 the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) issued a guidance stating single-factor authentication was no longer adequate for securing online banking transactions. The guidance did not specify what types of technologies would meet the requirement, but many vendors have scrambled to come up with cost-effective and easy product offerings that can be deployed to the masses.

This Podcast will countdown the top 5 vendor options available when it comes to consumer Web authentication.

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

This was last published in May 2008

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