Will Decentralized Auth Change the Perception of Consumer Identities in 2022?
Whether we talk about inappropriate data collection or a loophole in managing consumer identities, anything could lead to compromised sensitive information. Here’s where the concept of decentralized authentication in identity management comes into play.
Is the Rise of Machine Identity Posing a Threat to Enterprise Security?
Cybercriminals are always on the hunt to exploit a loophole in the overall security mechanism in the digital world where machine-to-machine communication is the new normal. It’s no longer enough to assume services/devices accessing sensitive data can be trusted.
How Cloud Governance Allows Businesses to Become Compliant Superheroes
In the battle of the old vs. the new, it is evident that traditional identity and access management (IAM) solutions are gradually getting phased out by cloud solutions. Hence, there is a need to shift to cloud-based identity governance and administration (IGA) solutions.
How LoginRadius Creates a Perfect Harmony of UX and Security
Enterprises must be aware that the secret to success lies in quickly identifying and eliminating any troubles and pain points that occur when consumers interact with their organization. A robust CIAM like LoginRadius helps eliminate security and user experience challenges like a breeze.
Multi-Brand Ecommerce: Creating a One-Brand Experience Using SSO
SSO bridges the gap between multiple interconnected platforms and cuts the need for re-authentication for a consumer. Let’s understand how SSO is paving the path for the next generation of e-commerce giants to deliver rich multi-brand experiences across their platforms.
How to Use Multi-Factor Authentication When You Don’t Have Cell Phone Access
To verify the identity of clients, many security-minded organisations use multi-factor authentication. The most popular approach is to send a code via SMS text message to customers, which the customer then enters on the website or app. But what if you drive and have no mobile phone service?
Credential Stuffing: How To Detect And Prevent It (Updated)
Credential stuffing is a cybersecurity vulnerability in which hackers target web infrastructures and take over user accounts using stolen credentials. When hackers use organisational credentials to login and hijack user accounts, the threat gets further elevated.