Application Security // Database Security

Finally, Plug & Play Authentication!

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Lower costs, high end-user acceptance, and the ability for security teams to develop risk-based access control policies are three benefits organizations will derive from proposed FIDO Alliance technology, says Phillip Dunkelberger, President & CEO of Nok Nok Labs. The technology will, for the first time, allow enterprises to replace passwords with plug-and-play multifactor authentication.

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Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
4/1/2014 | 8:25:49 AM
Embracing FIDO technology in the enterprise
Is FIDO technology the solution you've been looking for to simpify identity management and access control in your organizaton? Let's talk about your hopes, fears and concerns in the comments. 
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