Many online vendors are moving toward more innovative and secure methods of confirming a user's identity, including selfie authentication.
New approaches to authentication by Google and Yahoo will likely supplant the traditional password with messages sent to smartphones.
Oct. 21, 2015, is "Back to the Future" day. Let's look at how the movie's futuristic technology stacks up to what we really have today.
Biometrics and more secure types of authentication may be the next stage of digital security, designed to keep up with rapidly advancing technologies.
Many organizations struggle to find the right authentication methods for their employees and needs, but they can ill afford to let malpractice continue.
Several companies are implementing new forms of multifactor authentication to prevent fraud, but how realistic and effective are these technologies?
HYPR released a biometric authentication SDK that would let third parties overlay fingerprint and voice recognition over other security processes.
According to MasterCard, your password may soon be passe. The company is turning to selfies as the new security measure for online purchases.
Yahoo has introduced a new type of biometric security, Bodyprint, which allows users to unlock their mobile devices with multiple body parts.
A login mechanism you could eat, digital tattoos and vein recognition could be among the biometric identification tools that protect users, PayPal says.