Many organizations are still using personal information, such as mother's maiden name and date of birth, to verify user identities. However, personal data is everywhere - in search engines and on social networking and other third-party sites - making the use of these static data elements a less secure measure for assuring your users are who they say they are.
Knowledge-based authentication is being used by organizations across multiple industries and multiple use cases to confirm their user identities both online and in the Call Center. Download this new e-book to learn:
- The latest identity threats and the value of personal information in the black market
- The security challenges of identity verification for new and existing users
- The many use cases where knowledge-based authentication is being applied to authenticate users across channels