This report describes the evolution of multifactor authentication (MFA) and outlines its different types and how it may evolve in the next few years. Market sizes, forecasts, and shares are also presented.
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Senior Analyst, Identity, Authentication, Access
Don is Omdia’s Senior Analyst for the cybersecurity team, bringing more than 20 years of research, consulting, and insights experience to his role as a lead analyst in the area of identity, authentication, and access.
Don has provided analyses on smart cards, payment and banking cards, near-field communications (NFC), and contactless credentials. He has presented the findings from his reports at many events and has written feature articles on his areas of expertise for leading journals and publications. Prior to joining Omdia, Don was a telecoms research analyst at Frost & Sullivan, responsible for the firm's broadband services subscription. He was also a marketing consultant at MSI Reports Limited, where he wrote industrial, healthcare, and telecommunications reports. Don has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in business studies from Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland. He is based in the UK.
IAA Database – 1H20
Data / 27 Nov 2020 / Don Tait
The IAA Database – 1H20 is part of the Identity, Authentication, and Access Intelligence Service. This database has revenue for 2018 and 2019. It is segmented by the authentication and on-premises IAM/IDaaS categories and by five regions.
Identity, Authentication, Access Analyst Conference Call – 2H21
Presentation / 04 Jan 2022 / Omdia Analyst
This presentation was shown at the Identity, Authentication, Access Analyst Conference Call – 2H21 on December 8, 2021. It highlights key trends and reports in the Identity, Authentication, Access Intelligence Service for 2021.
Identity, Authentication, Access Market Tracker – 2H21 Analysis
Report / 26 Nov 2021 / Don Tait
The purpose of this document is to provide an explanation of forecasted changes, drivers, and inhibitors in (and visual representations of top-line trends for) identity, authentication, and access cybersecurity as well as inform customers of projected changes.
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