Authentication involves verifying the validity of at least one form of identification. It is often connected with allowing access to confidential data or systems. Centralized authority-based trust relationships back most secure digital communication through known public certificate authorities; decentralized peer-based trust, also known as a web of trust, is used for personal services such as email or files (e.g. Pretty Good Privacy-PGP) and trust is established by known individuals signing each other’s cryptographic key at Key signing parties. In a computer science, a user can be given access to secure systems based on user credentials that imply authenticity. A network administrator can give a user a password, or provide the user with a key card or other access device to allow system access. In this case, authenticity is implied but not guaranteed.

Secure Authentication

  1. Biometric Authentication
  2. Dynamic Authentication
  3. Multi Factor Authentication
  4. Password Management and SSO
  5. Priviledge Management


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