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Tom Wesselman
Combating identity fraud: The key is to avoid stagnation

In this interview with Help Net Security, Tom Wesselman, CTO of TeleSign, explains how to successfully combat identity fraud to not only protect an organization but its …

identity theft
Sophisticated identity document fraud increased 57% over previous year

Over the past 12 months, 47% of all identity document fraud was classed as ‘medium’ sophisticated fraud, which is a 57% increase over the previous year, an Onfido report …

biometrics
Behavioral biometrics: A promising tool for enhancing public safety

While globalization has enabled easy cross-border movement and transactions, fraudulent activities have, unfortunately, followed suit. The growing demand for a multi-layered …

biometrics
Organizations can save $1.9 million using workforce passwordless authentication

Secret Double Octopus and Ponemon Institute announced the results of a US-based study focused on understanding the state of workforce passwordless authentication, from …

zero trust
Four key tenets of zero trust security

As cybercrime threatens businesses of all sizes, industries and locations, organizations have realized that the status quo is no longer tenable and that implementing zero …

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Biometrics emerging as the preferred identity verification option for digital consumers

Onfido announced the results of a global study with Okta which revealed that businesses have just 10 minutes to set up digital accounts or risk losing consumer trust. The …

biometrics
Fraud never sleeps: Why biometrics is essential for effective fraud prevention

When the pandemic forced organizations to send customer service agents to work from home, fraudsters quickly seized the new opportunity presented by isolated employees. Social …

biometrics
Multi-factor authentications soar as enterprises move away from passwords to secure hybrid workers

Enterprises are taking steps to move away from passwords and adopting low-friction authentication methods to protect the hybrid workforce, a Cisco’s Duo Security report …

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Organizations failing to give users the login experience they want

Companies often claim to be customer-centric, or even customer-obsessed, striving to offer technologies that their users demand. However, the findings of a recent global Auth0 …

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How much trust should we place in the security of biometric data?

An increasing number of people around the world are being displaced by factors such as climate change, natural disasters, and wars. The people attempting to cross …

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Organizations aware of the importance of zero trust, yet still relying on passwords

Organizations have become more security conscious over the course of the pandemic, leading them to invest heavily in zero trust, according to a study from identity firm Okta. …

identity
Consumer attitudes towards various digital identity authentication methods

With concerns around online fraud and identity theft rising, consumers expect businesses to utilize new technologies to protect them online. According to research from …

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