Authentication

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Authentication

In the context of bonds, refers to the validation of a bond certificate.

Authentication

A legal certification that a document is genuine. In business, this is especially applied to bonds, showing that an issue was legitimate.
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Two-factor authentication is a useful tool for preventing unauthorized access to an account.
TeleSign delivers account security and fraud prevention with two-factor authentication based on each user's mobile identity (phone number, device and behavior) and driven by real-time, global intelligence, including reputation scoring and device data.
Duo Security's hosted two-factor authentication service brings strong, scalable security to organizations of any size.
Using a native app for two-factor authentication, like Find My iPhone, is a much better approach than simply relying on SMS, which has a number of security and reliability concerns.
In order to make an educated decision when choosing any two-factor authentication solution, it is first important to understand exactly what it constitutes.
By making two-factor authentication easy for both users and IT staff, Duo has effectively removed the largest hurdles most companies face in adopting two-factor authentication to protect their accounts," said Dug Song, CEO and co-founder, Duo Security.
IDF Connect's SSO/MobileKey solution will now allow system administrators to deploy two-factor authentication without any new moving parts and zero added infrastructure.
Clio's two-factor authentication option allows subscribers to require that passwords be used in conjunction with a secure PIN delivered to a mobile device or other secondary authentication mechanism.
We re making Duo s two-factor authentication available to a larger audience with our API Edition.
PhoneFactor turns any phone into an authentication device and has been optimized to provide secure two-factor authentication for access to computers using Terminal Services, which enables millions of people to run applications over a network or to manage servers.
Built on CA AuthMinder (formerly CA Arcot WebFortA) Versatile Authentication Server and PKI soft credential, CA ArcotIDA), the platform provides two-factor authentication helping organizations provide customers with robust security and a superior user experience at a low cost of ownership.
PhoneFactor gives them complete two-factor authentication without the hassle or expense normally associated with alternatives that require an additional device.