Posted on 25 October 2022 by
We’ve covered the history of authentication and where we’re at today, but now it’s time to focus on what is to come. We recently saw the release of Passkey, by FIDO Alliance, to support mobile and computer platforms, and with the clear commitment from Apple, Google and Microsoft, the question is no longer if FIDO […]
Posted on 14 October 2022 by
In my previous blog posts I took you through the last 30 years of digital banking security and how it has evolved to what we know and use today. In my cliff hanger I mentioned FIDO and passkeys and how they will change the landscape – it’s time to dig deeper and discover how this […]
Posted on 04 October 2013 by
As Microsoft gears up for the release of Windows 2012 R2, let’s take another look at what ADFS means – specifically for enterprises’ ability to implement strong authentication.
Posted on 06 June 2013 by
Microsoft has announced new options for ADFS to be deployed with multi-factor authentication solutions, in a far simpler way than before.
Posted on 22 May 2013 by
Waiting in line to pay at the supermarket, people used to pick up and read the magazines strategically placed at the checkout. Today, as the print media industry knows all too well, most of us surf the web on our mobile phone instead of flipping through the tabloids (and that’s if we even go to […]
Posted on 20 May 2013 by
I was recently at the Wallet Wars conference in New York hearing about the opportunities and challenges that the mobile wallet space offers. And what a spectacle it was! In such a fast-moving and evolving industry, it can be hard to keep up with the latest players: Square, Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft are all […]