user authentication

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By: Confident Technologies     Published Date: Mar 16, 2011
This paper will examine the security threats associated with weak authentication practices on the Web, why businesses need to strengthen online authentication, and new approaches for delivering one-time passwords.
Tags : authentication, it security, website security, two-factor authentication, passwords, login, one-time passwords, otp, 2fa, multifactor authentication, identity and access management, user authentication, web authentication, mobile authentication
     Confident Technologies
By: Hitachi ID     Published Date: Jun 09, 2011
Over the years, password management software has evolved from a simple self-service web application to reset forgotten passwords to a complex platform for managing multiple authentication factors and encryption keys.
Tags : password reset, authentication management, proliferation of passwords, locked-out users, mobile users and cached passwords, full disk encryption, user enrollment and adoption, privileged accounts and passwords
     Hitachi ID
By: Sponsored by HP and Intel®     Published Date: Mar 05, 2013
This white paper explains how you can unleash the full potential of mobility-greater productivity, flexibility, and better economics-by unifying secure device access, user authentication, provisioning, and management.
Tags : holistic approach, byod, business advantage, intel, convenience, it infrastructure, byod, bring your own device, it management, enterprise applications, data management, data center
     Sponsored by HP and Intel®
By: Gigya     Published Date: Jun 08, 2015
As TV Everywhere (TVE) adoption rises alongside multi-device content consumption, media companies should look to revamp their engagement strategies. To engage with viewers across different devices, it’s important to have an in-depth understanding of how this process is spearheaded with user authentication, particularly via TVE.
Tags : tv everywhere, multi-device content consumption, engagement strategies, authentication process, tve benefits
     Gigya
By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 01, 2019
Trying to keep up with the growing number of instances and containers, Informatica would spin up new security policies with shared key access. This led to a sprawling, complex network of multiple security interfaces that were difficult to manage. Informatica began working with Aporeto to track, block, and audit users through their environment, and eventually implemented keyless SSH access to their Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. Read our case study to learn how Aporeto saved Informatica hundreds of development hours with automated authentication and authorization policies across their environment.
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     AWS
By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 26, 2017
Improper user access to applications can expose an organization to cyber attacks, with wide-ranging financial, social, public relations and legal implications for a compromised enterprise. To address these risks—and to meet regulatory requirements for authentication, data privacy and security—organizations sometimes find themselves wrestling with complex and costly access-management approaches.
Tags : critical data, access security, user experience, it strategy, identity federation
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 26, 2017
Authentication is the beating heart of security. The most fundamental action in all of IT is to identify “who you are”—and authentication is the building block that answers that question. 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. IT is in state of crisis, with hundreds of millions of identities stolen annually. For system administrators, it’s crucial to know which users have the right to access a given resource, and whether unauthorized users have tried to get in.
Tags : user authentication, mobile multi factor authentication, data flows, security, it strategies
     IBM
By: OKTA     Published Date: Oct 11, 2017
Most organizations have a dirty little secret: they are relying on user and password-based authentication to protect sensitive internal applications. With 81% of data breaches involving weak or stolen credentials1, applications that use single-factor authentication are an easy target for attack. Unfortunately, updating internal cloud applications—as well as legacy and custom applications—to support multi-factor authentication can be an IT headache for many organizations. Okta and Palo Alto Networks have collaborated to make rolling out multi-factor authentication a snap. Join Daniel Lu, Product Marketing Manager at Okta and Kasey Cross, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Palo Alto Networks, to learn: >The latest trends in credential-based attacks >Why every sensitive cloud application needs multi-factor authentication >How to enforce network-level multi-factor authentication without touching your apps using Palo Alto Networks and Okta
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     OKTA
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