Authentication Factors


Authentication Factors

For this lesson we now look at 5 Authentication Factors, define how they are deployed as a security strategy, and discuss the pros and cons of each.

For examples, You’ll learn why using “Something You Know” concept may be good for users when assigning and remembering their own PIN codes and Passwords, but why it’s also an obvious key to a hacker for breaking into your computer or accessing a secure document, account, or other resources.

You’ll learn the benefits of signature authorization for tracking and accessing individuals by location and how what insights that can provide when monitoring for example, authorized and unauthorized entry events.


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