The agenda for Voice Biometrics Conference – San Francisco 2014 (#VBCSF2014) has rounded out nicely.
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A new service, called xFA(TM), from Authentify provides a glimpse of multifactor authentication’s future. Building on the company’s legacy of certificate-based, out-of-band, phone-based user authentication, the company is employing a new, screen-based approach to replacing OTP (one-time passwords) or KBA (knowledge-based authentication) in order to log-on to a secure network.
RSA’s SecureID tokens may be the most ubiquitous example’s of “something your have” but, with the introduction of Authentication Manager 8, the company takes multi-factor authentication to a whole new level.