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Id-me launches multi-factor identification for mobile device

Thursday 4 July 2013 | 11:15 CET | News
Id-me is introducing two-factor authentification for devices such as laptops and tablets. The company, based in 's-Hertogenbosch, provides biometric fingerprint scanners. To up security for smartphones and tablets, the company is bringing out a multi-factor authentication, based on a One Time Passcode or SMS Passcode. Users must enter a password after biometric identification has taken place. The multi-factor authentication of ID-me is also suitable for increasing verification for Apple, Google, Microsoft and Twitter. Id-me is part of Eptron, an international IT services provider from Riga,

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