Debate: Two-factor authentication access control will not prevent fraud and identity theft

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Debate: Two-factor authentication access control will not prevent fraud and identity theft
FOR - Bruce Schneier, CTO, Counterpane Internet Security Recently, I published an essay arguing that two-factor authentication is an ineffective defense against identity theft. For example, issuing tokens to online banking customers will not reduce fraud, because new attack techniques simply ...

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