Call this not a threat but a possible salvation. More attention now moving toward authentication by device rather than user name/password.
WASHINGTON —Visa said it has changed its Visa Advanced Authorization program to help credit unions and other card issuers detect fraud more quickly.
Veteran technology writer Robert McGarvey on how fingerprint authentication on the iPhone may provide the biometric tipping point.
Password vulnerability and the rise of smartphones are prompting another look at biometrics.
This Opinion piece looks at why multi-factor authentication is moving from traditional token-based preset codes to real-time connected and mobile systems.
NCUA regional information security officers will present updates on the 2011 FFIEC Supplement to Authentication Guidance.
“The Con” author James Munton will keynote Mid-Atlantic Corporate's second annual Information Technology and Security Conference set for Aug. 13-14
Here are some guidelines that can help as the FFIEC's new online banking security expectations take hold.
Credit unions who haven't already should update their assessment now to help avoid negative findings during the next examination.