AuthenTrend provides FIDO2-certified biometric authentication for RSA SecurID Access

AuthenTrend provides FIDO2-certified biometric authentication for RSA SecurID Access

AuthenTrend has joined the RSA Ready Technology Partner Program to deliver FIDO2-certified and U2F-compliant fingerprint biometrics-enabled ATKey authentication for RSA SecurID Access to secure SaaS applications and traditional enterprise solutions, the company announced.

“We are honored to join the RSA Ready Technology Partner Program. RSA SecurID Access helps protect both SaaS applications and traditional enterprise resources with a full range of authentication methods and dynamic, risk-driven access policies. ATKeys are FIDO2 certificate fingerprint security keys to offer best fingerprint experience to replace passwords for truly secure, plus convenience,” said AuthenTrend Vice President Zake Huang in a prepared statement.

ATKey.Pro is a FIDO2-certified fingerprint USB dongle that matches fingerprints in less than a second from any angle.

ATKey.Card is a fingerprint-enabled smart badge card with USB and BLE for passwordless authentication of Azure AD and FIDO services. It has in-built NFC access control to provide fingerprint recognition for any Mifare type A readers. BLE supports location tracking applications.

Cybersecurity company RSA provides organizations with Business-Driven Security to manage digital risk. RSA SecurID Access provides users with secured remote access to apps from any device and confirms their identity. The integration with AuthenTrend helps companies scale in a secure and convenient manner.

AuthenTrend was one of the 80 startups led by Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) chosen to demonstrate its biometric passwordless authentication solution at CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

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