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The Password is Dead?


The password is dead, or at least that was what Bill Gates proclaimed in 2004. Since then, the password has been declared defunct many times by industry leaders and pundits. Death knells for the much maligned, but much used passwords have now reached a frantic level. Despite the strident proclamations of the demise of...

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Using Biometric Authentication to Combat Synthetic Identity Fraud


What is synthetic identity fraud? Ask experts for a definition and you’ll likely get multiple answers. A common definition of synthetic identity fraud is layering real and fabricated identity information together. By using either a manual or automated...

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CJIS Compliant MFA for First Responders


For the more than 5.4 million first responders in the US, quick access to accurate public safety data is critical to performing their life-saving jobs. Today, the rise of mobile technology gives the PSFR (public safety/first responder) sector a host of new...

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A Leap Forward for Contact Centers: Multi-factor Authentication


What’s the top driver of growth in contact centers? Deloitte’s 2017 Global Contact Center Survey shows 88% of respondents say the answer is customer service. With digital customer interactions now at over 40% of contact center activity and gaining ground,...

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Digital Transformation with Business-First, Multi-factor Authentication


There’s a digital revolution in the workplace as enterprises leverage mobile devices, cloud apps, IoT and other emerging technologies to achieve gains in efficiency, productivity and competitive advantage. But with the opportunities of digital transformation...

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Final Preparations for GDPR’s May Deadline


On May 25, 2018, a wave of widely publicized and long-awaited set of European Union rules — the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) — go in to effect. This sweeping set of regulations give EU citizens more control over their data, enforce privacy and...