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The WiKID Blog, musings on two-factor authentication, information security and some other stuff.

PCI DSS 3.2 will likely require two-factor authentication for administrators

Any day now, we expect the PCI Council to release PCI DSS 3.2.  According to PCI Security Standards Council Chief Technology Officer Troy Leach:

Fingerprints spoofed with conductive ink

I am guessing that the FBI wishes this research had come out just a bit eerlier.  Researchers at Michigan State University have figured out how to use conductive ink to create fingerprint spoofs

More ways not to do two-factor authentication

What is ok to use as a risk factor and what is not?  This will be a question in the near future.  Increasingly, companies are pushing odd (and some down-right creepy) authentication methods.  

Security Metrics on meeting PCI requirements with two-factor authentication

WiKID is mentioned in this Security Metrics blog post about meeting PCI requirment 8.3 using two-factor authentication

End of Life for McAffee one-time password

Remember when Intel was going to put two-factor authentication into their chips? Seemed worrisome for small security vendors like WiKID, but we have been around and I knew that big companies change directions often. Now apparently, Intel is ending the McAfee Pledge OTP formerly known as Nordic Edge.

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