Future of AuthenticationMay, 2020
With 60 per cent of hacking incidents now involving the use of stolen credentials, how can companies use authentication to provide additional protection? Our Future of Authentication special report, published in The Times, examines the growth of the authentication sector as data breaches and cyber attacks persist. It explores how home working has forced companies to assess their authentication methods that keep data secure, the privacy and ethical concerns surrounding behavioural biometrics, and flaws in voice ID tech. It looks at what is being done to eliminate racial bias in facial recognition, and move away from reliance on limited datasets that fail to represent society as a whole. Finally, the infographic focuses on various ways companies are identifying employees and protecting the wider organisation, and how they are taking steps to improve cyber-resilience.
Unsurprisingly, usernames and passwords are the most common method of authentication when it comes to internal enterprise cybersecurity. But, according to IT professionals, they're not the most secure. This infographic explores the various ways companies are identifying employees and protecting the wider organisation, and how they are taking steps to improve cyber-resilience