The solution allows mobile operators to offer all subscribers a means of authentication to online services using any mobile phone, said a statement.
It removes lengthy registration processes and password fatigue as sources of frustration, delay and vulnerability for billions of consumers and also does not compromise on security, it said.
Also available in Software-as-a-Service mode from
With the improved authentication process that is readily available for all levels of security required, online service providers can develop new revenue streams and make significant saving by boosting conversion rates, reducing fraud and streamlining their business structures.
Mobile network operators can further enhance the infrastructure for their consumer and business clients, by leveraging
"Strong mobile authentication exemplifies another compelling use case of the unique security and versatility we offer to our customers by building client-server trust infrastructures easily available to billions of handsets of all generations." -
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