#MobileIDM Chat Archive
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- That met with a resounding "No". While most felt that a device could be a second factor of authentication, a few felt even that was wrought with security risks. As we increasingly use our mobile devices for financial transactions and such, ensure appropriate authentication AND authorization policies are in place becomes critical.
- — Bob Blakley (@bobblakley)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:06:54
- — Jim Fenton (@jimfenton)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:05:48#mobileidm A1 Not sure what "mobile is our identity" really means, but mobile devices are getting wide use as authentication tokens.
- — Nishant Kaushik (@NishantK)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:05:54A1: Mobile identity is a factor/component of our identity. But cannot be the same. Just think of devices that are shared #mobileidm
- — Bob Blakley (@bobblakley)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:06:09
- — Phillip Black (@IdentityMgt)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:06:31
- — Scott Bonnell (@Scott__Bonnell)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:06:50A1 - Things like NFC capabilities enable my mobile to act as a wallet of sorts... a container in which I store my identities. #MobileIDM
- — Bob Blakley (@bobblakley)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:07:55
- — Oracle Identity Mgmt (@OracleIDM)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:08:20
- — Nishant Kaushik (@NishantK)Thu, Mar 07 2013 09:08:04A1: The flip side of this Q is, why is Identity presumed to be human? Important to understand machine Identity & Mobile Identity #mobileidm
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