Adaptive authentication can help healthcare fight cybercrime

Just demanding two-factor authentication doesn’t go far enough, expert says. On the heels of the WannaCry ransomware assault, security experts around the globe are touting their cybersecurity best practices to help healthcare fight off cybercriminals. Robert Block, senior vice president of identity strategy at cybersecurity firm SecureAuth, said that using an adaptive authentication technique to authenticating users could help not only fight malicious actors but also ease the user experience around security and access.