Meeting authentication compliance for CJIS with Yubico Strong multi-factor authentication for first responders In order to meet section 22.214.171.124.1 Advanced Authentication Policy and Rationale, departments handling NCIC information need to implement two-factor authentication. This can be accomplished with something the user knows (Password/Pin) and something they have (YubiKey).
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Drive competitive advantage with modern strong authentication for Online and Mobile Banking – Whitepaper The digitization of financial services accelerated in 2020. Driven by the COVID-19 a global pandemic, mobile banking penetration grew across all demographics, up to at least 85% for all consumers under age 55.1 However, while mobile and online banking adoption have
Modern hardware-backed multi-factor authentication and compliance for Federal Government The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) is a law that requires every government agency and its third parties to implement information security plans. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity The framework defines those plans for civilian federal agencies, further clarified and solidified
Modern strong authentication and compliance for Financial Services Financial services companies typically have large supply chains, all the way from application and services vendors to functions that are outsourced to third-party vendors and partners such as call centers. In these scenarios, large amounts of potentially sensitive data are handed over to third parties, and the
Modern strong authentication and compliance for Healthcare Organizations Strong authentication can be challenging for healthcare organizations, including healthcare payers, providers, pharmaceutical, and service providers. Despite the myriad of regulatory and internal pressures to protect the privacy and security of PHI and the secrecy of intellectual property (IP), are common obstacles to improving authentication including infrastructure
The top 5 mobile authentication misconceptions – Whitepaper Despite the growing tide and sophistication of cyber attacks, many organizations continue to use legacy authentication methods such as usernames and passwords or mobile-based authenticators, to secure access to critical and sensitive applications and data. But these methods don’t offer the best security—they are highly susceptible to