As we approach 2021, the global pandemic brings a laser-focus to both risk and user experience. Digital transformation and demand for flexible, secure access drives our need for machine-scale, frictionless authentication and continuous authorization to prove digital identities match the humans behind them. Dr. Shook...
To help prevent fraud, banks must leverage technologies such as behavioral analytics, device biometrics and one-time passcodes, says Nancy Guglielmo, senior vice president at the Bank Policy Institute.
Digital identity will be a dominant technology trend over the next decade, within the financial services industry, and more broadly in our digital economies. But banks can't take their prime position in digital identity for granted. Even in countries where banks have already driven the digital identity agenda,...
Too many companies that are implementing behavioral biometrics to combat fraud lack a complete understanding of how to make the most of the technology, says David Lacey, managing director at IDCARE, Australia and New Zealand's not-for-profit national identity and cyber support service.
Ramping up authentication as e-commerce continues to grow requires achieving a delicate balance of a frictionless, yet secure, consumer experience, says Robert Capps of NuData Security, a unit of Mastercard.
To implement passwordless authentication, organizations need to integrate multifactor authentication with biometrics, says Abid Adam, group CISO and group head of privacy at Axiata, a telecommunications conglomerate based in Malaysia.
To battle against a surge in cybercrime during the COVID-19 pandemic, enterprises need to take several steps, including periodic vulnerability and risk assessment tests and regular audits, says Rajan Pant, founder of IT-SERT of Nepal. Pant also is calling on the government to take action.
The identity and access management strategy for the remote workforce should ensure contextual authentication to establish the credentials of the users, apply risk-based authentication for measuring user risk profiles, and establish a multifactor authentication mechanism, a panel of experts says.
The Cryptographer's Panel, which sees five cryptography experts analyze and debate top trends, remains a highlight of the annual RSA conference. For 2020, the panel focused on such topics as facial recognition, election integrity and the never-ending crypto wars, while giving shout-outs to bitcoin and blockchain.