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TypingDNA and Optimal IdM hosting webinar on the future of authentication


TypingDNA and its partner Optimal IdM will be hosting a webinar later this month titled “The Future of Authentication: Behavioral Biometrics, Tokenless MFA & Adaptive Authentication“. The webinar will focus on behavioral biometrics, multi-factor authentication and adaptive authentication to gain a better understanding of how typing biometrics work and their frictionless functionality.

The webinar, co-hosted by TypingDNA’s head of business development Tudor Goicea and Optimal IdM’s vp of sales Chris Curcio, starts at 11:00 AM EST on Wednesday, February 27 and will show how to be protected against account takeover and online fraud without burdening the user experience. A live demo video will explain how the company’s partnership enables more simplified multifactor authentication and quicker implementation to customers’ current applications.

Participants need to pre-register.

Optimal IdM is a global provider of identity and access management solutions to customers including Fortune 1000 companies, as well as state and local government agencies all over the world. Through its partnership with TypingDNA, Optimal IdM offers customers a secure biometric option as part of their multi-factor authentication solution. TypingDNA’s behavioral biometrics solution identifies people based on how they type on a mobile or desktop platform and is being used as a secondary form of login authentication for users who enter their email address and password.

In January TypingDNA announced it has raised $1.5M in seed round funding from European venture firm GapMinder Venture Partners, as well as several international investors from U.S., U.K., and the European Union.

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