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CBP: Login with DigiD is not safe enough
DigiD the system to log in to online public services should require two-factor authentication to go. That finds the Data Protection Board. Criminals may have after the password captured in many sensitive data.
Because DigiD data on taxes or requesting personal budget are on display, is a combination of username and password DigiD insufficient, reasoning CBP. “A further safety feature is required. This should be obliged to be given to the authorities who are members of DigiD. This may include the requirement of a code via SMS in addition to the usual credentials as user name and password.”Viewing:-142
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