Why is password reset a security loophole?

Why is password reset a security loophole?

Authentication is a process of validating the identity of a user that is trying to gain access to an application or system. While many companies have taken the steps to implement strong authentication, they don’t always require users to... Read More

multi-factor authentication in password resets

Turn mobiles into high-trust devices

Passwords have well-known drawbacks for user authentication. They are hard to remember and easy to hack. Organizations are increasingly adopting two-factor or multi-factor authentication to strengthen passwords and safeguard online information. The high-trust device in your pocket It the... Read More

Better password security with multi-factor authentication

Who knows the answers to your security questions?

Security questions, also known as challenge questions or secret questions, are a way to help you recover access to accounts when you forget your passwords. Security questions are meant to protect your accounts but they can actually provide hackers... Read More

claims-based identity management

Claims-Based Identity: A Better Model for Authentication

Claims-based identity is a common method used by applications to obtain identity information about a user that another application has authenticated. Claims are pieces of information about a user that have been packaged and signed into security tokens and... Read More