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How Mobile Device Authentication is Doing Away with Passwords

Posted by Averon on October 16, 2018

by Brendan O'Donohoe

What if you didn't have to prove who you are to access sites that require your identity? The old TV show Cheers said it right: “Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name.” We think the internet should work like Cheers, and mobile device authentication is taking that idea from sitcom to reality.

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The Digital Identity System in Your Pocket

Posted by Averon on September 26, 2018

by Wendell Brown

In 2016, writer Walter Isaacson deemed anonymity one of the original sins of the internet. Users, he said, do not have a choice about whether the network they access has verified identity and authentication.

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Topics: identity

C-Suite Execs Discuss the State of Security at Averon's June NYC Dinner

Posted by Averon on July 9, 2018

When companies are designing security protocols, they shouldn't sacrifice security and protection for customer convenience, instead, always strive for both. Never expect 100 percent perfection in designing and deploying security firewalls and solutions. Keep board members in the loop and accountable at all times on security issues. The effects of breaches reach even beyond those whose data are directly affected. Although new ways to authenticate are being deployed that could one day lead to the demise of alphanumeric passwords, they will likely still be a part of login experiences, depending on point of view.

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Topics: security, identity, Demo

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