New RSA Sign-on Manager goes for two-factor ID

Tuesday, 7 December 2004, 2:17 PM EST

For the first time, the new authentication platform combines single sign-on with RSA’s two-factor identification - the user must know a password and provide some other identification such as a token that they hold.

Two-factor authentication mitigates the widely perceived risk that single sign-on offers “the keys to the kingdom”, according to RSA business development manager Mark Pullen.

By Stephen Bell at MicroScope.

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