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The Future of Authentication
Dirk Balfanz, Richard Chow, Ori Eisen, Markus Jakobsson, Steve Kirsch, Scott Matsumoto, Jesus Molina, Paul van Oorschot
May 04, 2012
In this IEEE roundtable discussion hosted by guest editors Richard Chow, Markus Jakobsson, and Jesus Molina, the panelists discuss current authentication approaches, how to authenticate users on mobile devices and the future direction of authentication.
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