DeepNet Debuts Unified Authentication Platform

By | May 12, 2006

Deepnet Technologies has announced general availability of its unified authentication platform which provides, and seamlessly manages, as many as 8 unique authentication methods and user credentials, covering one-time passwords, tokens, smart cards and biometrics, on one single platform.

Deepnet Unified Authentication provides a single identity management platform for all types of applications: Internet services, remote access and enterprise networks. Deepnet Unified Authentication is the only two-factor and two-way authentication platform that offers security, mobility and usability, allowing customers to login to their online accounts anywhere at anytime, without carrying any additional hardware devices.

Innovation is a corner stone of the unified authentication platform, which is based on five patent pending technologies. These unique technologies combined, provide strong security with great usability at a low cost, accomplishing the optimal balance between business security, customer convenience, total cost of ownership and regulatory compliance. Deepnet Unified Authentication exceeds the compliance guidance of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC).

“With our new platform, businesses can stay ahead with ‘one platform fits all’ as our unified authentication platform caters for all different types of authentication methods: tokens, smartcards, biometrics and, for all types of business applications,” said Deepnet’s CEO Yurong Lin.

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