Engineering Software Lab to distribute Green Armor fraud prevention technology

Source: Green Armor

Engineering Software Lab (E.S.L.), a leading provider of software to the local banking and finance industry, has announced that it will distribute Green Armor Solutions' Identity Cues authentication and anti-phishing products in Israel, Turkey, and Cyprus.

"Green Armor Solutions' authentication and anti-phishing technologies are simple and straightforward, yet they offer powerful defenses against phishing, pharming, and online fraud as are necessary in the financial sector," said Mr. Daniel Liezrowice, Managing Director of E.S.L. "Through our partnership with Green Armor Solutions, financial institutions in our region can, for the first time, implement both strong two-factor user authentication and mutual authentication without sacrificing ease of use and without incurring a great expense."

E.S.L. will service several banks in the Middle-East and Mediterranean that have already expressed interest in Green Armor Solutions' Identity Cues series of enterprise security products; the Green Armor systems leverage a combination of technology and psychology to deliver both maximum security and maximum user convenience. Two-factor authentication and protection against phishing (through mutual authentication) are both achieved without requiring user enrollment, without complicating the user login process, without requiring users to download software, and without requiring users to carry any security devices. Green Armor Solutions' products require minimal ongoing maintenance and sport a far lower Total Cost of Ownership than alternative technologies.

"We are excited to partner with E.S.L. to bring our unique technology to Israel, Turkey, and Cyprus," said Joseph Steinberg, CEO of Green Armor Solutions. "Recent high-profile online crimes in the region accentuate the need for Green Armor Solutions' Identity Cues products. Our partnership with E.S.L. will allow more firms to benefit from the easiest solution to the current problem."

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