The Evolution of Strong Authentication

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Strong authentication technologies have long been used to provide an extra layer of assurance that individuals accessing computing resources are who they say they are. However, the cost of deploying and managing such systems has made their use expensive and complex. New authentication models— and methods such as software, SMS, and BlackBerry tokens—are are taking the costs out of using strong authentication. Find out how.

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