Posted on betanews, March 14 by Ian Barker
The technology prevents cyber attackers from accessing enough critical information to be useful for attacks such as brute force, man-in-the-middle, PKI manipulation, key theft and certificate authority weaknesses
No, we’re not talking about the James Bond of the cephalopod world getting his tentacles on your security. Secret Double Octopus is an intriguingly named Israeli company that’s launching a new authenticator app for enterprises.
Authentication systems have traditionally relied on a single layer of protection, such as SMS, tokens, push notifications and biometrics. Secret Double Octopus uses a multi-shield authentication process for users to verify or reject a login attempt, payment or transaction.
Based on algorithms originally developed to protect nuclear launch codes, the company has developed a solution that applies keyless authentication and data-in-motion protection for cloud, mobile, and IoT.