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June 9, 2015

Intercede together with Microsoft demo mobile authentication with Derived PIV Credentials.

We have been working with the Microsoft Department Of Defense focused team, who really liked our MyID approach to derived PIV credentials.  The CAC card alternative required an external card reader to be attached to the Windows Phone, which wasn’t desirable. Are you interested in utilizing Derived PIV Credentials to make your workforce more mobile? Read More

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May 28, 2015

Intercede’s MyID Authenticator for Good enables thousands of enterprises to eliminate insecure passwords

Two factor authentication through existing physical smart cards or on-device credentials protects multiple business-critical apps Lutterworth, UK/Reston, US – Cybersecurity expert Intercede® today announced the launch of the MyID® Authenticator for Good. This will enable Good Technology customers to replace insecure passwords with two factor authentication across business-critical apps on iOS and Android devices. MyID Read More

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May 19, 2015

Intercede enables secure payments and banking for financial technology specialist Interpay

MyTAM empowers Interpay to protect critical consumer data and financial transactions from malware present on the Android operating system Lutterworth, UK– Cybersecurity expert Intercede today announced that Korean m-payments specialist Interpay has signed up to use MyTAM to protect third party payment and banking apps running on the Android platform. The service allows Interpay to Read More

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Intercede in the media

June 29, 2015

Updated: 97% of malicious mobile malware targets Android

Intercede’s Chief Innovations Officer, Nick Cook, talks to SC Magazine about protecting against malware and spyware on Android devices.

Read the full article at SC Magazine

June 24, 2015

30-Days to Govt Cybersecurity Compliancy? It’s Possible!

Richard Parris, CEO of Intercede commented on Govt Cybersecurity Compliancy: “The mandated 30-day sprint by The White House has confirmed that the data breaches of various government agencies have become the rule rather than the exception.

Read the full article at Information Security Buzz

June 15, 2015

Driverless cars cleared for UK testing

C2C venture will lead the way for smart driveless buses, but humans are required to stay in charge. The world’s first code of practice for driverless cars was announced for the UK roads, developed by the Department for Transport in consultation with the UK Autodrive Consortium, Venturer and GATEway consortia.

Read the full article at Computer Business Review (CBR)