Within the enterprise realm, two-factor authentication has become more than just an option — it’s now an indispensable asset. By implementing an additional authentication wall, a company takes a vital proactive step toward making the business infrastructure safe from a malicious intrusion. However, there is an important distinction to be made between the two types of authentication tokens organizations use, as illustrated by an Entrust informational graphic:June 26, 2014 in Authentication
Mobile Smart Credentials — Multipurpose Digital Identities for improved Security AND User Convenience
Today, Entrust announced the commercial release of the Entrust IdentityGuard Mobile Smart Credential — a solution that transforms a smartphone into a multipurpose digital identity.
While I would never claim to be a maven in the world of cyber security, I find it quite disturbing that a long-standing security vendor such as RSA would proclaim, “Since its (one-time-password token) inception, the world’s most respected security researchers have worked, unsuccessfully, to ‘break’ this technology.” Well, I can’t comment on the world’s most respected security researchers, but