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AU10TIX joins FIDO Alliance to grow strong authentication standards

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AU10TIX has joined the FIDO Alliance to improve authentication standards with biometrics and other technologies, providing safer services and reduced password reliance, the company announced.

“AU10TIX is certified under ISO/IEC standard, adheres to SOC and CCPA, and is compliant with GDPR,” said Carey Kolaja, President and Chief Operating Officer, AU10TIX, in a prepared statement. “Our vision is to protect consumer identities by creating secure and seamless transactions for our partners and their customers. Trust is critical as we become more globally-connected, and by joining the FIDO Alliance, we will work alongside industry leaders to directly influence the development of standards that will enable leading businesses to build trust, creating a more inclusive and secure world.”

“We are excited to welcome our newest sponsor member, AU10TIX, to the FIDO Alliance,” said Christina Hulka, executive director and COO of the FIDO Alliance, in the statement. “AU10TIX brings unique expertise and knowledge that will prove valuable to our growing member network. We look forward to their contributions and perspective as we aim to strengthen identity verification processes and change the nature of authentication.”

“The Alliance’s new focus on identity verification, including remote, possession-based techniques leveraging government-issued identity documents, was the catalyst for us to join forces. Over the last decade, we have been leading the market in automated global ID verification, and we felt it was our responsibility to be part of the discussion in a more formal way,” added Kolaja.

Last month, AU10TIX partnered with online gambling solution developer Aspire Global to provide it with its proprietary facial biometric technology for real-time automated identity verification and compliance with evolving gaming regulations. The company also announced executive changes last month, naming digital identity thought leader David G.W Birch to Board of Advisors.

In December, AU10TIX received a $20 million investment from Venture Growth-equity Fund OAK HC/FT, after already securing $60 million from TPG to further develop its biometric technology.

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