Intercede is a security software provider whose MyID identity management platform enables global organizations and governments to create trusted digital identities for employees and citizens on secure devices such as smart cards, smartphones and tablets. MyID enables the protection of intellectual property, assets and digital content, delivering trusted digital identities as the cornerstone of cyber security strategies for government, defense, financial services and other industries.
The Company operates in global markets (including the US, Europe and Middle East) and works with large international partners including BT, Gemalto, HP, Microsoft, Oberthur, SafeNet, Symantec and Thales to deliver flexible digital identity solutions that are interoperable with other existing technologies and tailored to customer needs.
Corporations such as Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton and Lockheed Martin, and governments including the US, UK and Kuwait, trust Intercede’s expertise to deliver effective solutions. The Company’s technology achievements reflect an investment of 300 plus man years of development, exemplary speed of deployment and adherence to international standards including FIPS 201, where MyID was the first electronic personalization product to obtain GSA approval. This trust is reflected in Intercede’s rate of repeat business with its customers, which typically runs at 70-80% of annual revenues.
Intercede has been developing identity management systems since 1992 and MyID is currently deployed by end customers in 24 countries. The Company is headquartered in the UK, listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM: IGP) and is ISO 9001 and TickIT certified.
MyID software manages the secure registration and verification of identities and issuance and lifecycle management of devices and credentials. The resulting assured identities and trusted credentials managed by MyID are used in a wide range of applications including:
In addition to developing and supporting MyID, Intercede provides a range of professional services designed to allow MyID to be rapidly deployed and configured to meet customer needs. MyID is often implemented as part of a wider identity management solution, and the Intercede team’s experience of best practice solutions gained from multiple deployments can help to make your project a success.
Intercede have partner relationships with a wide range of market leading technology providers, including smart card, PKI, biometrics, printer, smartphone and HSM vendors. This technology independence allows MyID to be used to build best of breed solutions utilizing the best available components. A solution built using MyID is one based on market-leading technology supported by an expert team.
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