ActivIdentity upgrades authentication server

Source: ActivIdentity

ActivIdentity Corporation (NASDAQ:ACTI), a global leader in digital identity assurance, today announced the release of 4TRESS Authentication Server 3.6.1, a multi-channel strong authentication server designed for financial institutions and other organizations to support a wide range of authentication methods.

With the availability of this offering, ActivIdentity builds on its long-standing commitment to the needs of financial services organizations and enterprises worldwide.

4TRESS Authentication Server builds customer confidence in online transactions, increasing security, and reducing costs. The solution provides a highly scalable, secure, centralized authentication server with the capability to manage a wide range of user credentials. The new release increases ease of enterprise integration with support for the RADIUS authentication protocol, a C# SOAP client for interoperability with Microsoft .NET applications and an interface to Sun Microsystems' OpenSSO Access Manager product.

"ActivIdentity offers a range of leading strong authentication solutions that are specifically designed for financial institutions, helping them to lower the risk of online fraud, comply with industry and government regulations and protect customer data," said Thomas Jahn, CEO of ActivIdentity. "Our latest 4TRESS Authentication Server release is a direct response to the demands of the market, and our customers, to deliver a strong authentication solution supporting open standards such as EMV CAP and OATH that can be easily deployed and integrated into a financial institution's existing infrastructure."

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