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In a move that makes two-factor authentication more affordable through greater support of soft tokens and mobile devices, ActivIdentity Corporation today released 4TRESS Authentication Server 7.0. The platform is being marketed heavily to banks to protect their online customers and supports 15 two-factor authentication methods designed to thwart increasingly common cyber-attacks by strengthening proof of the physical identity of the person initiating a transaction.

How It Works


4TRESS sits in the background, its work largely transparent to the end user, who continues to interact with the "channel management system," such as an Internet banking site, said Julian Lovelock, director commerce markets worldwide, for ActivIdentity in an interview with Security Squared.

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