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The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) has mandated that financial institutions secure online transactions by deploying two-factor authentication. Much to the chagrin of many security managers, the FFIEC regulation is not prescriptive and can be open to interpretation. In fact, some have discovered that many products not typically thought of as user authentication mechanisms still pass FFIEC muster. That's left many businesses confused. This webcast will help set the record straight about what organizations need to do to comply, with a focus on the technologies that the FFIEC deems acceptable.

Attendees will learn:

  • Exactly who needs to meet the FFIEC's mandate, what needs to be done and when
  • Which two-factor authentication methods meet FFIEC criteria
  • A general overview of what's involved in rolling out each acceptable authentication solution
  • The penalties for non compliance


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