“HFA helps businesses disarm hackers and gate critical resources, while improving workforce productivity and reducing friction for consumers.” – Tom Thimot, CEO, AuthID
AuthID.ai has launched Verified 3.0, the newest iteration of its passwordless authentication platform. The system enables selfie-based authentication through any browser, and supports the OpenID Connect authentication protocol as well as the FIDO2 standard.
AuthID bills its solution as one that offers “Human Factor Authentication”, or HFA, and calls it unphishable. The company pitches it as a particularly useful tool for situations in which a given enterprise needs to authorize users for access to sensitive applications, perform a high-risk transaction, enable a new device, or recover a device.
“With the release of Verified 3.0, authID has pioneered HFA, a human-centric authentication solution, which addresses cyber risks that exploit human error,” explained AuthID CEO Tom Thimot. “HFA helps businesses disarm hackers and gate critical resources, while improving workforce productivity and reducing friction for consumers.”
In addition to adhering to FIDO2 and supporting OpenID Connect, Verified 3.0 has passed Presentation Attack Detection Level 2 in iBeta’s testing program, confirming its robust ability to detect spoofing attacks.
AuthID.ai is inviting interested parties to request a demo of its upgraded authentication platform through the company’s website.
October 20, 2022 – by Alex Perala