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Two-factor and multifactor authentication strategies News
April 10, 2018
W3C and the FIDO Alliance have given websites a new tool for doing FIDO-compliant authentication, as the WebAuthn authentication protocol is promoted to W3C Candidate Recommendation.
February 23, 2018
Facebook came under fire after a two-factor authentication bug sent non-security notifications to users' phones, sparking a debate about media coverage and 2FA adoption.
October 20, 2017
Google's Advanced Protection Program greatly increases the security of user accounts, but the usability tradeoffs may not be worth it for average users.
June 21, 2017
At the 2017 Cloud Identity Summit, Ping Identity launched a new software development kit that will embed multifactor authentication security features in mobile apps.
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Federated identity management (FIM) is an arrangement that can be made among multiple enterprises to let subscribers use the same identification data to obtain access to the networks of all enterprises in the group. Continue Reading
Health IT expert Brien Posey offers some examples of multifactor authentication as a way for hospitals to further safeguard access to protected health information. Continue Reading
FIDO (Fast ID Online) is a set of technology-agnostic security specifications for strong authentication. FIDO is developed by the FIDO Alliance, a non-profit organization that seeks to standardize authentication at the client and protocol layers. Continue Reading
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Researchers bypassed Apple's facial recognition authentication program, Face ID, in under a week. Expert Michael Cobb explains why it's not a major cause for concern for users. Continue Reading
Google added a layer to its account security system with Advanced Protection Program. Matt Pascucci explains how individuals can better defend themselves from malicious actors. Continue Reading
Bringing new application types and integration points into the enterprise, cloud can complicate user identity management. So, how can you be sure your data is secure? Continue Reading
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Access to the accounts of privileged users top most hackers' wish lists. Expert Michael Cobb reviews how hackers target these accounts and outlines ways to keep them locked tight. Continue Reading
Passwords and tokens are a thing of the past. No way, you say? Our webcast on the likely ways authentication will work in the future may make a believer out of you. Continue Reading
With a port swapping attack, hackers can bypass two-factor authentication and control a victim's mobile device. Judith Myerson explains how the attacks work and how to stop them. Continue Reading
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As passwords become targets of phishing attacks, password management has become increasingly difficult. Expert Nick Lewis explains how cryptographic keys could replace passwords. Continue Reading
SMS authentication is often used to secure telematics information, but it may not be strong enough. Expert Judith Myerson discusses why, and how to improve the protection of this data. Continue Reading
Users often dismiss Outlook certificate errors, but admins should know better. Here are some steps to address the three common causes of certificate errors. Continue Reading