Latest news from Intercede
March 1, 2016
New software from Intercede provides added protection using Intel® Authenticate for enterprise PCs RSA CONFERENCE 2016, San Francisco, March 1, 2016 – Today, digital identity and credentials expert Intercede announced new security software designed for deployment alongside Intel’s latest hardware-based identity protection technology, Intel® Authenticate. Intercede software, running on the 6th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor, Read More
February 22, 2016
New approach to leveraging hardware security on Android smartphone enables greater choice for mobile network operators and service providers Lutterworth, England/Reston, VA, 19th February, 2016 – Intercede and Korean company Solacia today announce an integration of their mobile security solutions to allow Android applications to execute secure transactions in a hardware protected zone. Intercede’s Trusted Application Read More
February 5, 2016
First password and token free, enterprise grade authentication solution available for mass market smartphone apps. Lutterworth, England/Reston, VA, 4th February, 2016 Today, digital identity and credentials expert Intercede, announced the launch of RapID, a security solution that delivers highly convenient, password and token free access to cloud services from mobile applications. In addition, RapID incorporates PKI based Read More
Intercede in the media
November 11, 2015
Debating CISA’s Senate Passage
The US Senate recently passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act – or CISA – by a wide 74-21 margin. The Senate vote in favor of CISA, came after multiple attempts spanning five years to pass similar legislation under different names. The bill also drew on the highly controversial “cyber” legislation before it: SOPA and PIPA.
November 10, 2015
How to earn the trust of millennials concerned with security
Millennials are growing increasingly weary of data and security when it comes to their favorite brands. And that means it’s vital that companies include a strong cybersecurity message in their marketing plan to help rebuild trust.
October 30, 2015
Industry professionals react to TalkTalk cyber attack
The attack has been described as “significant and sustained,” with private customer information potentially stolen by those responsible, including phone numbers, email addresses and credit card information.