One-time password technology

Friday, 13 April 2007, 12:24 AM EST

Securing the data that employees carry around as they go about their daily business is priority No. 1 for businesses today. The stakes are high: Data loss is just the kind of incident that can give a business all kinds of publicity for all the wrong reasons.

But many enterprises large and small continue to rely on antiquated password technology to secure many of their critical systems. Passwords are only as secure as the individual generating them, and security takes a hit when users neglect to develop strong passwords and instead rely on easily remembered character sequences. One-time password technology claims to resolve this issue by generating passwords that constantly change.

At Processor.

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