Read it in Japanese In view of increased attention on information security and demands on strong authentication, ISR is creating a news column on strong authentication. We will select a… read more →
Google is developing real-time facial-recognition tech that uses a phone’s front camera to continuously authenticate users when they’re logged into a bank or email account.
A simple to understand how-to guide has been published by Bill Snyder at CIO.com. Snyder provided a introduction of how services such as TeleSign and TurnOn2FA can help the consumer… read more →
The combined two step authentication method on smartphones, consisting of fingerprint user authentication followed by device authentication, is much more secure that present methods without sacrificing the user experience. The new authentication, having a better user experience and being more secure, has the potential to revolutionize the authentication in consumer services.
You go to mail.yahoo.com, enter your user name and press “continue.” That’s where everything changes. Instead of entering an annoyingly complex or easy-to-crack password, the company sends an alert to your smartphone and asks if you’d like to sign in. Hit “yes,” and presto.
If Yahoo’s tech catches on, it means consumers could eventually live in a world without having to remember passwords. That’s a big deal because most security experts agree passwords in general are unsafe.