Crossmatch adds four new authentication methods to DigitalPersona software
Crossmatch has announced the general availability of the DigitalPersona v3.0 multifactor authentication software.
According to the company statement, they can be used as second factors or layered with multiple other methods to achieve the identity assurance level required.
The new new authentication methods are: face recognition biometrics that use an individual’s facial characteristics to authenticate; FIDO U2F authenticators, such as Yubikey or Hypersecu USB keys that provide a hardware token option; email delivery of a software generated one-time password to a user’s AD email, and; Integrated Windows Authentication uses the fact that a user has already logged into Microsoft Windows as a factor.
Other highlights of this release include: ADFS extension to provide multifactor to new or existing ADFS deployments; contextual authentication enhancements for Windows logon, and; ESPM improvements.
Last month Crossmatch announced that Accordant Technology will be an authorized reseller offering DigitalPersona software to its base of enterprise customers.