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Date: Thu Oct 13 14:22:29 2005
From: mmadison at (Madison, Marc)
Subject: NEW USA FFIES Guidance

Did you read the full notice?  This link was at the bottom: in which the FFIEC
defines several ways to authenticate end users, but as Lyal Collins
pointed out it is all based on your company own risk assessment.

>For those that fall under US FFIEC governance, what are you doing to
satisfy these requirements?  I'd like to
>think I have more options than running to the store to pick up my RSA
keyfobs...  What about PKI?  Are there
>other. options for web based apps?
>C. DeBerry

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