SOFTwarfare launches biometric MFA for passwordless for mobile, enterprise security
Cloud service integration business SOFTwarfare has released biometric multi-factor authentication technology dubbed BioThenticate, which adds an extra security layer for mobile and enterprise clients, the company announced.
As COVID-19 has changed the way companies work, there is a high demand for identity and access management (IAM) systems. BioThenticate is a passwordless solution that leverages Zero Trust security to safeguard privileged accounts and remote access.
The proprietary biometric software supports multiple biometric methods such as iris recognition, fingerprint scanning and facial recognition. An easy-to-deploy solution, BioThenticate is easy to integrate with cybersecurity applications to protect users and data, the company says in the announcement.
BioThenticate is available for testing for 33 days. According to SOFTwarfare, it is a great solution for companies implementing MFA, as specified by NIST 800-171 compliance guidelines, compulsory for DoD contractors.
New entries into the passwordless authentication market recently include the three-factor NoPass software from Identité.
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