Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication

Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (Funded by National Security Agency, 2015-16)

Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is the current trend to genuinely identify authorized users (in multiple ways) through an authentication process via passwords, security token, biometrics, cognitive behavior metric, software/hardware sensors, etc. The goal of this project is to develop a multi-factor authentication system with an adaptive selection of authentication modalities (with their features) in different operating environments making the selection strategy unpredictable to compromise.

Adaptive MFA technology Available for License:  Advanced Cybersecurity Technology that has recently been granted a US patent (US 9,912,657). Please find the Technology Summary, which provides information on our Adaptive Multifactor Authentication (A-MFA) System as well as examples of potential applications.

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