What is "flash" as an object on a computer that can authenticate?
Some of these I didn't realize were deployed methods of (primary) authentication (tagging, risk analysis).
Mary Ellen Zurko, STSM, IBM Lotus CTO Office (t/l 333-6389)
Lotus/WPLC Security Strategy and Patent Innovation Architect
Chuck Wade <Chuck@Interisle.net>
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Subject ACTION-149: FSTC's list of authentication techniques (BMA taxonomy)
I just wanted to confirm to everyone on this list that I did post the
file from FSTC that provides a pretty comprehensive listing of
authentication techniques that are in use today--the "BMA Taxonomy." In
doing so, I also set up a "Document Repository" page on the WSC Wiki
that others may find useful as a place to share documents (when public
links are not available).
Under this Document Repository is a section for FSTC Contributed
Documents at this link:
You'll find a sub-page with a brief description of the BMA Taxonomy, and
an Excel workbook attached. The first section of the Taxonomy sheet in
this workbook is a hierarchical listing of authentication techniques.
Chuck Wade, Principal
Interisle Consulting Group
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