Category: FAQs Series
What 2FA security does Fortnite, Epic Games, Discord and Call of Duty use to protect gamer accounts?When it comes to gaming, it’s not always fun and games. If the recent Twitch breach which exposed 125GB of the company’s data taught us anything, it’s that the gaming industry is a vulnerable target in cyber attacks. Product Managers need to find 2FA security that will keep users and their sensitive information safe. Interestingly,…
What is 2SV, and what is the difference between 2SV and 2FA?This article explains the difference between 2SV and 2FA and how to protect your user’s accounts by enabling 2SV as part of a user-friendly 2FA flow.
How to reduce customer churn with user-centric authenticationBuilding compelling products has never been more challenging, especially with product managers getting busy understanding how to reduce customer churn. Expectations towards user-friendly products are rising, especially as the first digitally native generation becomes the largest population online.
How quickly can TypingDNA recognize you?You can count on TypingDNA’s typing biometrics to recognize typing behavior with great confidence, depending on what typing pattern you choose to use, as well as the size, and the number of typing samples enrolled for a user profile.
FAQs – Why TypingDNA’s typing biometrics authentication is highly-accurate?Highly-accurate typing biometrics authentication can be used to protect users’ accounts. Read about how TypingDNA ensures the accuracy of the technology.
FAQs – Why MFA prevents fraudulent enrollment?Using MFA (multi-factor authentication) securely prevents fraudulent enrollment and safeguards against fraudulent access to accounts.
FAQs – How do we ensure customers’ privacy?Companies must ensure customers’ privacy, at all costs. We value the privacy of our users the most, for any information, feel free to contact us.
FAQs – If your typing pattern changes, can you still be authenticated?We recommend at least one additional security factor to be put in place, so in case your typing pattern changes, you will still be able to log in.
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