Identity provider Okta claims that its new Okta FastPass is the first truly passwordless login experience across devices, applications, and operating systems including iOS, macOS, Android, and Windows. The company has also announced a number of platform services – some of which are used by FastPass – that accessible to customers and third-party developers.
Digital communications provider Avaya says the integration of AI-enhanced technologies, including biometrics and real-time sentiment analysis to its communication platforms, is enabling organisations to elevate voice as a key user interface for “richer, more seamless, secure customer and employee experiences”.
Authentication with facial recognition will take off this year, according to identity defined security company Ping, which says that advances in biometrics, the mass exposure of personally identifiable information from numerous data breaches, and a blockchain craze will take hold in 2018.
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No Sean... I feel for those that can't even get the minimum 12/1... Let alone 1000/50...
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