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What multifactor systems should the DoD consider as it determines authentication capabilities?

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HDIAC Staff
Posted Date: 06/20/2016

Over the next two years the Department of Defense plans to move from Common Access Card to biometric authentication for network logins. What multifactor systems should the DoD consider as it determines authentication capabilities?

Staff Sgt. Whitney Howe, 902nd Security Forces, registers Gen. Stephen Lorenz, Air Education and Training Command commander, in the Defense Biometrics Identification System at Randolph AFB, TX. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Joel Martinez)

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