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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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NASDAQ: VDSI), a global leader in authentication, electronic signatures, and identity management, announced today two new DIGIPASS authenticators with Cronto-based visual transaction signing capabilities.
Infineon currently offers two reference designs to enable fast and easy implementation of the FIDO standard for authentication tokens as well as implementation experience with customer specific design for multiple authenticator form factors.
The Elvis market is a global one, and forgeries come from every corner of the globe, according to the authenticator.
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SOPRANO Authenticator utlises the ubiquity of mobile handsets to deliver one time passwords via SMS.
The user can then enable the App with a software token seed provided by their IT organisation, creating a convenient and secure authenticator.
The Omvia Authenticator uses expertise in multi-factor authentication with a current focus on leveraging voice biometric technology for use in large-scale, consumer-facing deployments.
The authenticator, a portable gadget with ultra-violet sensors, will be used to test the authenticity of drams in pubs and restaurants.
The author: Joe Orlando, editor of Sports Marketing Report and vice president of Professional Sports Authenticator.
The biometric template and private key are generated and stored only onboard the VeriMe authenticator to assure the privacy of the user.
It also hopes to provide a 'proof of concept' authenticator for data protection software.
Authenticator for Apple Allows Users of Apple Open Directory Greater Controls and Security Measures for Organizations Running Mac Platforms