Censornet: Safeguarding the Most Vulnerable People – and Their Data
Password-based attacks are compelling many organizations to augment security with multi-factor authentication (MFA).
This whitepaper explores the use of identity-proofed biometrics based on the NIST 800-63-3 guideline to deliver a next-generation approach to MFA that improves security without adding friction to the user experience.
In it we cover the varying identity assertion levels, the need for data encryption and benefits of distributed versus centralized storage.
Read the whitepaper for an overview of the user enrolment process to see how credentials are verified, securely stored and used to create a reusable digital identity for permissioned access to online services.