News

Latest news from Intercede

January 27, 2015

Intercede receives Lenel Factory Certification under OpenAccess Alliance Program

Intercede’s MyID identity and credential management solution interfaces with the Lenel OnGuard access control system Reston, VA — Leading digital identity expert Intercede today announced that it has received Lenel factory certification and joined the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). Intercede’s MyID interfaces with the OnGuard access control system, enabling a single smart card to Read More

Categories: Latest news from Intercede

January 19, 2015

Intercede CEO included in Prime Minister’s cybersecurity delegation

Intercede CEO Richard Parris travelled to the US with Prime Minister David Cameron last week, as part of a UKTI delegation of representatives from leading cybersecurity firms to promote UK innovation. The 12-strong delegation was arranged by the UKTI to coincide with the Prime Minister’s meeting on the issue with US President Barack Obama. During Read More

Categories: Latest news from Intercede

December 22, 2014

Intercede launches cloud service for derived PIV credentials

Following ratification of SP800-157 Intercede announces immediate availability of mobile credentialing solution Following the ratification of special publication SP800-157, leading digital identity expert Intercede today announced that its cloud-based derived credential service is available to Federal agencies and enterprises. The MyID PIV-D evaluation program allows organizations to try the service and finalize their mobile requirements Read More

Categories: Latest news from Intercede

Intercede in the media

January 27, 2015

Intercede receives Lenel Factory Certification

Intercede announced that it has received Lenel factory certification and joined the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). Intercede’s MyID interfaces with the OnGuard access control system, enabling a single smart card to be used for logical access (e.g. logging into Windows) and physical access to buildings.

Security Today

January 27, 2015

2014 was the year the password died

Richard Parris, CEO at software firm Intercede, says that while a password may have sufficed as a secure method of authentication 20 years ago, this is no longer the case.

PCR

January 21, 2015

The world’s worst passwords

Even with the widespread security breaches we saw in 2014 – dubbed the year of the hack – it appears consumers have continued to expose themselves to criminals through their use of weak security measures. This only goes to confirm passwords are simply not up to the task of securing people’s digital assets.

International Business Times