Consumer authentication in the financial industry

Consumer authentication in the financial industry

Consumer authentication in the financial industry

Date: Feb 05, 2009
In this discussion of the future of consumer authentication, Burton Group senior analyst Mark Diodati describes several new authentication methods banks and financial firms are using and how they avoided some pitfalls.

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