From Login to Logout: Continuous Authentication with Behavioral Biometrics
In recent years, a growing number of organizations have employed two-factor authentication (2FA) as a primary safeguard mechanism. They all share the notion that requiring a second security layer will be instrumental in reducing data breaches and identity theft. Two-factor authentication is based on the fundamental assumption that at least two out of three authentication factors are used in the process (“something you know, something you have, something you are”). 2FA is not a new security measure, nevertheless, it is in extensive use, despite the growing recognition that it is not so effective.