The MyID service for employees is a cost effective, cloud based credential management system, an easy-to-use way of issuing and managing trusted digital identities.
In common with all Intercede solutions, it provides the highest level of two-factor authentication security without compromising user experience, simultaneously eradicating the need for inconvenient and insecure usernames and passwords. MyID technology supports Microsoft TPM protected virtual smart cards and Intel Authenticate chip protected credentials.
MyID deploys and manages the lifecycle of virtual smart cards, providing businesses an enterprise-grade system without the need for a large IT team or budget.
We’re pleased to announce that the MyID service for employees is now available to early adopters. To join us, just send an email saying you’re interested.
Protect yourself against the number one cause of data breach - weak or compromised user credentials - by replacing passwords with more secure and convenient digital identities
Digital identities are requested automatically based on Active Directory group membership, so your existing business processes don’t need changing to work with our service.
End users are guided through a simple self-collection wizard right at their own desktop and, by replacing passwords with a simple PIN, their life is made even easier.
Free trial, no start-up fees and low, predictable costs with our subscription model.
Intercede has been delivering solutions to security-conscious customers in government, aerospace & defense, military and some of the world’s largest corporations for over 20 years. Digital Trust is in our DNA.
Businesses dealing with sensitive information are under increasing pressure to get their security protocols in order.
In the EU, when GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force after 25 May 2018, any company processing data on EU residents will need to be compliant or risk facing heavy fines - up to 4% of worldwide annual turnover or €20 million, whichever value is greater.
In the US, NIST Special Publication 800-171 requires that all federal contractors, subcontractors and other non-federal organizations handling Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) must protect such information using secure authentication systems. Failure to comply by 31 December 2017 will render them ineligible for relevant federal government contracts.
And in New York State, new cybersecurity regulations for the financial services sector (23 NYCRR 500) mean that all organizations regulated by the NYS Department of Financial Services must introduce secure authentication by 28 August 2017, or face enforcement action.
Some businesses simply don't have the large cybersecurity budgets or IT resources required to implement a typical authentication solution; they usually entail huge implementation timescales and are disruptive to business.
The MyID service for employees is exactly what businesses need. It's a one-size-fits-all, easy to implement, and cost effective solution that allows a company to replace employee passwords with frictionless two-factor authentication: providing protection against the number one cause of data breaches - weak or compromised user credentials.