Video: Bulking Up Strong Authentication at RSA 2010

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How do you make strong authentication stronger? By adding convergence to it--such as linking an employee's badge swipe at the building entrance to her ability to then log in to a sensitive application on the corporate network. Or vice versa: an employee accesses unauthorized accounts--and the network orders access control systems to trigger an alarm when she tries to swipe out.

At the recent RSA Conference 2010, Security Squared talked with a variety of identity experts at companies like Gemalto and Entrust (digital identity management solutions and form factors); IBM Tivoli (single sign on and identity management); and two companies, Passlogix and PhoneFactor, introducing solutions that leverage existing enterprise and employee equipment (cards and phones) to help layer physical/logical convergence into strong authentication.

(Full disclosure: We remixed the narration track and reposted this video March 16 because of sound quality issues.)




How do you make strong authentication stronger? By adding convergence to it--such as linking an employee's badge swipe at the building entrance to her ability to then log in to a sensitive application on the corporate network. Or vice versa: an employee accesses unauthorized accounts--and the network orders access control systems to trigger an alarm when she tries to swipe out.

At the recent RSA Conference 2010, Security Squared talked with a variety of identity experts at companies like Gemalto and Entrust (digital identity management solutions and form factors); IBM Tivoli (single sign on and identity management); and two companies, Passlogix and PhoneFactor, introducing solutions that leverage existing enterprise and employee equipment (cards and phones) to help layer physical/logical convergence into strong authentication.

(Full disclosure: We remixed the narration track and reposted this video March 16 because of sound quality issues.)




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