The Smart Card Alliance is pushing the Department of Health and Human Services to mandate that personal health records vendors and health record bank organizations support two-factor authentication to access information.
Two-factor authentication means a computer user must supply something you know (username/password or PIN) and something you have (smart card, token, one-time password device, fingerprint, retina scan or other biometrics) to access an application.
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