The Trend Toward Decoupled, Interoperable Authentication and Identity
This new report by the analysts at TAG Cyber examines why separating identity, authentication and authorization is critical to the success of digital transformation initiatives.
- The INZ model and how it supports standards such as NIST SP 1800-17
- The interfaces needed to integrate decoupled identity and authentication in a live environment
- Steps for an action plan toward a modern, passwordless organization
Learn how this growing trend puts control and choice back in the hands of businesses and their customers.
Find Out Why Industry Leaders Choose HYPR to Eliminate Passwords
“Instead of adding more security hurdles for the user, HYPR’s passwordless approach eliminates the most significant friction point in the user experience – the password.”
“With an uptick in online identity theft, businesses must strive to prevent potentially dire situations. By implementing HYPR they can drastically decrease the vulnerabilities caused by ineffective passwords.”
“Password elimination gives businesses a massive leap forward in terms of security posture. HYPR has made passwordless authentication a reality at a time when the need for security could not be more urgent.”
“HYPR has brought passwordless authentication to the mainstream. The emphasis on security and user experience allows companies to tackle account takeover fraud at a scale never before possible.”
“Decentralizing credentials onto users’ personal devices, as the HYPR team does, forces attackers to focus on each device individually. This approach to passwordless security can remove the hackers’ primary target and drastically shift the economics in the enterprises favor.”