Is two-factor authentification (2FA) already a thing of the past — or does it have a bright future? This blog explores some of the challenges facing 2FA.
Login credentials are a favorite target of today's cybercriminals, and two-factor authentication is now crucial to meet bare-minimum security standards.
A recent study revealed that security is the most important consideration for web users in the U.S. when looking to purchase smart home devices.
Upcoming cybersecurity regulations mandate stricter access controls, but strong identity protection requires a multifactor authentication solution that does more than simply check compliance boxes.
According to IBM's "Future of Identity Study," consumers are beginning to prioritize security over convenience, making trust a crucial competitive advantage for financial institutions.
IBM Security's "Future of Identity Study" found that many consumers are moving beyond passwords and using features such as biometric authentication to secure their identities.
To meet PCI compliance, organizations must implement multifactor authentication, as opposed to a multistep process, to protect the cardholder data environment from unauthorized access.
New identity theft statistics revealed that 91.4 percent of breached records were stolen from businesses in 2017. What's the next step for enterprises looking to shore up corporate defense?
Fraudsters are after more than just passwords, and protecting user credentials is more crucial than ever amid the increasingly advanced threat landscape.
Biometric authentication is poised to dethrone the password as the security method of choice. But does consumer confidence equate to long-term security?