Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), sometimes referred to as two-factor authentication or 2FA, is a security enhancement that allows you to present two pieces of evidence – your credentials – when logging in to an account. Your credentials fall into any of these three categories: something you know (like a password or PIN), something you have (like a smart card), or something you are (like your fingerprint). Your credentials must come from two different categories to enhance security – so entering two different passwords would not be considered multi-factor.
EyeLock Releases EyeLock ID® – Simplified Logical Access for On-Premise and Remotely Connected Workers
NEW YORK, Sept. 22, 2020 -- EyeLock LLC, the leader of iris-based identity authentication solutions, announced today the release