Multi-Factor Authentication: What You Do

Different factors for facilitating authentication include what you know, what you have, and what you are. Two-factor authentication involves taking two of these factors to improve security and multi-factor authentication entails two or more. There is a fourth mechanism for authentication that is quite commonly used, but not so commonly discussed. In this video, Sourcefire Chief Scientist, Zulfikar Ramzan, discusses this fourth factor, namely "what you do". Specific attributes like IP address, time of login, session behaviors, and so on are discussed.

RunTime - 10:08

Uploaded - 18 Jul 2013


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