Trust Stamp is continuing to build up its partner portfolio. The company has now entered into an alliance with IdRamp that will lead to the creation of a new multi-factor authentication platform that combines Trust Stamp’s selfie-based Biometric MFA solution with IdRamp’s no-code authentication infrastructure.
The joint offering will make it easier for organizations to provide a more consistent authentication experience across all of their systems. IdRamp’s no-code solution is designed to make orchestration as simple as possible, which in turn ensures that end users face the same authentication procedure whenever they need to verify their identity.
The new partnership, on the other hand, will ensure that Trust Stamp’s Biometric MFA offering is one of the biometric authentication options available to clients. However, those who are interested will be able to supplement Biometric MFA with access management and identity services from other providers. In that regard, IdRamp’s orchestration technology will allow clients to create custom passwordless workflows that are suited to their own particular needs.
“Combined with IdRamp’s decentralized orchestration platform, Trust Stamp will plug and play into any combination of multi-cloud, multi-IDP, and even Web3.0 environments,” said IdRamp CEO Mike Vesey. “This powerful combination provides unmatched agility and superior Zero Trust fraud protection for any digital ecosystem.”
“IdRamp uniquely complements Trust Stamp’s own Biometric MFA and custom end-to-end identity workflow solutions with a platform that enables frictionless migration between identity providers,” added Trust Stamp CCO Kinny Chan. “This partnership expands the reach of our biometric technology to deliver meaningful value to IdRamp’s impressive client base.”
The Trust Stamp Biometric MFA solution debuted in April, and turns a user’s selfie data into an identity token that can be used for subsequent verification. The solution can be used for regular access control, or for step-up authentication when authorizing a high-risk transaction. In the meantime, Trust Stamp has established a new non-profit organization in Malta in an effort to raise financial and technological inclusion.
May 19, 2022 – by Eric Weiss