Joseph Steinberg, CEO of Green Armor Solutions, to Present at the BAI Multi-Factor Authentication Forum
June 15, 2006 - Hackensack, NJ - Joseph Steinberg, Chief Executive Officer of Green Armor Solutions, will present Maximum Security with Maximum Convenience: User Friendly Two-Factor & Mutual Authentication at the BAI Multi-Factor Authentication Forum in Washington, D.C. During Mr. Steinberg's presentation, scheduled for 11:30 AM on Friday, June 16th, he will discuss how psychology can be employed to greatly improve both the security and user-friendliness of both user authentication and site authentication. He will also discuss several important considerations that are often overlooked when implementing two-factor authentication, and which, if not taken into account prior
to product selection and implementation, can come back to haunt a financial institution with security breaches, significant
expenses, technical problems, and unhappy users.
For more information about the BAI Multi-Factor Authentication Forum in Washington please visit: http://www.bai.org/multi-factor/
About Green Armor Solutions Inc.
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.
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