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The 10 Biggest Cybersecurity Predictions For 2019

Solution providers will have to contend with a multitude of security-related challenges in 2019 ranging from nation-state and supply chain attacks to increased activity around biometrics and cryptomining. Here's how we think they'll do it.

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2. Alternatives To The Traditional Password Will Become Far More Pervasive

Two-factor authentication has decreased account takeovers, but as the fraudsters evolve, so must the techniques used to combat them, said Stacy Stubblefield, co-founder and chief innovation officer, TeleSign. Push notifications should become the norm for two-factor authentication since they are harder for bad actors to intercept or redirect, said Sophos principal research scientist Chester Wisniewski.

But as time progresses, vendors requiring login credentials will find fewer users as people implement smarter, more friction-free alternatives, said BAE Systems Threat Intelligence Head Adrian Nish. Gains in digital user identity analysis, device reputation, behavioral biometrics and AI allow for accurate and frictionless access to websites and mobile apps, said BioCatch Chief Cyber Officer Uri Rivner.

Plus Secure Quick Reliable Login (SQRL) uses public-key cryptography to generate a token that interfaces pseudonymously with websites, enabling login without disclosing personal information or passwords, DigiCert said. And firms will rely on context to gain a clearer view of user identities including locations, behavior patterns, and frequency of use, said RSA Security VP of Identity Products Jim Ducharme.

 
 
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