Behavioral analytics can comprehensibly develop models that would support an organization's ability to conduct risk assessment of resources.
News of an IRS data theft reveals that 100,000 tax returns were stolen using "Get Transcript," prompting $50 million in fraudulent refunds.
The effectiveness of security questions has been called out in a new Google study. Are user answers really as unique as they ought to be?
Fraud attacks may not yet be prevalent on mobile banking channels, but institutions should still strive to get out in front of the challenge.
Identity authentication should only be conducted after the person trying to access data or information has been deemed trustworthy by the organization.
A login mechanism you could eat, digital tattoos and vein recognition could be among the biometric identification tools that protect users, PayPal says.
At the recent Gartner IAM Summit in London, three emerging trends were highlighted relating to identity governance, authentication and consumer identity.
Halifax is testing a new authentication feature that relies on a heartbeat monitor to verify users' identity and grant them access to their bank account.
According to IBM Trusteer researchers, there is a new type of Citadel malware that is compromising password management and authentication solutions.
Even as authentication techniques become more advanced, there are different ways cybercriminals can bypass two-factor authentication (2FA).