September 17, 2012 -
Merging both companies’ technologies ensures an efficient delivery of a multi-factor authentication by means of biometrics, software tokens, hardware tokens, on-demand tokens, device DNA, and certificates.
Integrating TeleSign Two Factor Authentication (2FA) into Deepnet’s DualShield Authentication Server authorizes the users of a tokenless authentication solution, T-Pass, and a one-time authentication code that will be received via voice or SMS on any phone.
The flexible authentication technology of the improved DualShield Authentication Server, not only expands Deepnet’s Authentication suite, but also allows the companies and organizations to obtain secure access to online accounts from any part of the world.
Furthermore, this latest innovation also promotes convenient access without the need for installing software or purchasing any additional hardware.
“As a leading provider of multi-factor authentication, Deepnet Security strives to provide customers with flexible authentication solutions that fit their business needs,” said Yurong Lin, CEO of Deepnet Security . “Partnering with TeleSign, an industry leading company, complements our suite of authentication solutions and provides users with necessary account protection on a global scale.”
Craig Whitney, VP EMEA, TeleSign, also noted that: “Deepnet Security can offer enterprises a full spectrum of multi-factor authentication solutions to protect their data assets. This partnership enables Deepnet users to add phone authentication to their online environment with full directory services integration.”
Will TeleSign’s and Deepnet’s technological integration promote a more secure and convenient authentication solution that will prevent unauthorized account access and infiltrations?