Replacing traditional MFA with strong, passwordless authentication methods allows security teams to build the first layer of their Zero Trust architecture. Replacing passwords with FIDO-based passkeys that use asymmetric cryptography, and combining them with secure device-based biometrics, creates a phishing-resistant MFA approach.


More

Security Journal: Fingerprints agrees distribution partnership with Ansal Component

Fingerprints’ biometric access solution is designed for physical and logical access devices and applications such…

Read More →

FinExtra: Mitigating fraud risk: effective strategies for small financial institutions

Passwords are one of the most common targets for fraudsters. Strengthening password security demands robust…

Read More →

Engadget: PlayStation now supports passkey sign-ins

Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) introduces passkey support for PlayStation accounts, allowing users to log in…

Read More →


123230 Next