Mobile Authentication to improve user experience and security

Now more than ever, IT teams must do everything they can to ensure that users are who they say they are, and that their credentials have not been stolen. In a world of distributed workforces, customers and data—and equally distributed, sophisticated cybercrime—vetting users and access also means asking important questions about authentication, such as which authentication method is most appropriate given a resource, channel or specific risk factor. Read this white paper to learn the value of multi–factor authentication, along with the three components of strong authentication.

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