ironclad protection on a budget

Webinar Video: TextKey – Ironclad protection on a budget, a Webinar by CEO Scott Goldman

Webinar Video: TextKey – Ironclad protection on a budget, a Webinar by CEO Scott Goldman

 

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Scott Goldman here, the CEO and cofounder of TextPower, makers of TextKey, a new multi-factor authentication system. What I’d like to tell you about today is TextKey. We provide secure simple and convenient website security It replaces security tokens and keyfobs it makes it available to businesses of all sizes but most importantly of all it’s highly secure because it uses up to five authentication factors with the same user interface – a very simple user interface – that everyone is familiar with, just send a text. Here’s the way it works We have better security through better technology. Text messages or actually sent from mobile devices as compared to other two factor authentication systems that sent text messages to mobile devices. The mobile number is validated assuring security this is patent pending and award-winning technology which replace security tokens, USB keys, and other forms of two-factor authentication, It’s cloud-based – no hardware or software is required or the licensing arrangements are available. As you can see we’ve already once a very prestigious awards, even though the product has not been completely rolled out on a public facing basis the industry has found out about our technology and has already given us these wonderful accolades. Here’s my TextKey is better than current two-factor authentication. Current two-factor authentication leaves websites vulnerable. Here’s the way it typically works. An ID and password field is successfully completed on the webpage and then blank field appears for user to enter a code into that page. A text messages sent to a cell phone with a code, but that’s cell phone because it is receiving the text message is vulnerable spoofing and Hacking. From there a code that was sent to the cell phone must be entered into a blank field on that webpage and that makes it vulnerable to man in the middle or man in the browser attacks how do we differ TextKey eliminates spoofing and web-based hacking. It starts the same way the ID and password fields are successfully completed then random code appears in Plainview in plain text on the webpage and if you prefer no instruction can be given to the user. You can inform people on an internal basis so that you don’t have to display anything more than the code on the webpage. From there the user send us a text message from their pre-registered phone to a short code which is the carriers version of an abbreviated telephone number and in fact we can randomly assigned of that short code – we have many of them – so that even the user does not know the code for the number two which that key will be sent until it appears on that screen.