Prestigio to deploy True Key by Intel Security biometric identification app

March 3, 2015 - 

Mobile device firm Prestigio will launch the recently announced True Key by Intel Security across EMEA with an initial pre-install roll-out in Russia.

True Key is a cross-device application that eliminates the need to remember and enter passwords.

The app will be available across all of Prestigio’s Android tablets and smartphones by the end of this year.

“Our customers want to manage their digital lives on mobile devices, whether that is on a mobile phone or on a tablet and this technology offers a safer and easier way to do that,” says Marek Horyl, GM and CFO of Prestigio EMEA. “People are expected to create complex passwords across their digital lives and True Key takes away the hassle of typing, creating and remembering them. By quickly logging users into their favourite websites and apps, this advanced technology allows our customers to enjoy the quality digital experience they want from their devices.”

True Key unlocks sites, apps and devices by using attributes such as facial and fingerprint recognition, or devices people own.

The biometric technology used in True Key allows people to customize their level of security by using multiple factors to log in, the idea here being that the more factors they add, the stronger a True Key profile becomes.

The app also gives users the confidence that they are consistently in control of securing their data and can seamlessly access it wherever they are, regardless of what Prestigio device they are using.

True Key by Intel Security is currently available through a limited release and will be expanded to generally availability later in the year. Those interested in early availability are invited to add their name to the waitlist on True Key’s website.

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