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The latest in multi-factor authentication schemes
By Julie Sartain | Network World US | Published: 16:45, 08 February 2012
User name and password doesn't cut it anymore in the world of online financial transactions. New federal rules call for multi-factor authentication schemes to combat growing threats. The latest multi-factor measures focus on biometrics, advanced analytics, and out-of-band techniques utilising smartphones.
The specific images displayed are different every time, but the users' categories are always the same; for example, the category FOOD shows tomatoes on the first grid and strawberries on the second grid. This makes it difficult for others to determine users' secret categories.