CipherPass To Offer Green Armor Solutions’
Mutual Authentication Technology
A Complete, Strong Authentication & Data Protection Solution
March 22, 2006 - Hackensack, NJ - Green Armor Solutions, a leading provider of mutual and two-factor online authentication technology, announced today that CipherPass Corporation, an innovator of digital-certificate management solutions, will offer Green Armor’s Identity Cues mutual-authentication technology in conjunction with CipherPass’ C~suite authentication and data protection solution set. The combined solution will offer a strong authentication & data protection solution that will be easy to use, simple to manage, and will deliver a lower Total Cost of Ownership than alternative technologies.
C~suite is a simple, but effective series of tools that utilize digital IDs to strongly authenticate users to online systems, protect confidential information through encryption, and ensure data integrity. The Identity Cues add-on provides mutual (two-way) authentication, making obvious to users whether they are communicating with an intended, legitimate online system or with a malicious phishing web site.
“We are very pleased to offer our customers Green Armor Solutions’ mutual authentication technology,” said Glen Day, CEO of CipherPass. “The combination of C~suite and Identity Cues technologies will offer our customers unparalleled authentication that is not only extremely strong, but is also exceptionally easy to use. Organizations can better address their concerns for providing wide and more secure access to web-based systems while also ensuring that their customers aren’t adversely affected in the process.”
Green Armor Solutions’ Identity Cues series of enterprise software products leverage a combination of technology and psychology to deliver both maximum security and maximum user convenience. Two-factor authentication and protection against phishing are both achieved without requiring user enrollment or complicating the user login process.
“Combating online fraud, implementing strong authentication, and protecting confidential information are some of today’s biggest information security and privacy challenges,” said Shira Rubinoff, President of Green Armor Solutions. “Our partnership with CipherPass will allow more firms to benefit from the strongest, yet easiest, solution to these challenges.”
About Green Armor Solutions
Green Armor Solutions offers innovative solutions to information-security challenges facing today’s businesses. Its Identity Cues series of products (all patent-pending) leverage a unique blend of psychology and technology to help deliver maximum security with maximum user convenience. They provide strong two-factor and mutual authentication (exceeding FFIEC and NCUA guidelines) as well as effective protection from phishing, pharming, and online fraud while allowing users to continue to enjoy the simple, comfortable user experience with which they are already familiar. Identity Cues products can help companies address security and privacy requirements as part of compliance initiatives for FFIEC/NCUA Authentication, HIPAA, and GLBA. www.GreenArmor.com
About CipherPass Corporation
Through its product and service portfolio, CipherPass Corporation (OTC: CPHC) enables businesses to securely share sensitive or confidential electronic information among internal staff, as well as with their business associates and customers. By partnering with the leading global managed digital certificate providers, CipherPass’ solutions offer significant cost reduction for deploying and managing trusted digital certificates. CipherPass' C~suite security solution helps to simplify the process of users securing and sending private digital data within files and email, and is an effective solution for addressing privacy and security compliance initiatives for HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, GLBA and SB1386. www.CipherPass.com.
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