Risk based authentication
Authentication proves that users are who they say they are. Three traditional factors are identified: what you know, what you have, and what you are. New technology and information services can add context factors making it possible to derive location, behaviour and risk. Risk based authentication makes authentication a multi-factor affair. The interpretation of precisely what authentication is has become a relevant question given that the definition is no longer explicit. The value of each factor must also be measured. It all comes together now in an often static policy that is no longer tenable. The answer is found in risk-based authentication.
Risk based authentication for your organization?
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