HID Global targets multi-factor authentication
It will also showcase its HID location services, its predictive analytics for workplace optimisation for the first time in the Middle East
Identity solutions vendor HID Global, has said it will utilise its presence at GITEX Technology Week 2017 to launch its next generation multi-factor authentication tool, the HID Approve app.
According to the company, the app adds a new level of trust for consumers and employees to securely transact online via their mobile devices.
The vendor stated that it will also showcase its HID location services, its predictive analytics for workplace optimisation for the first time in the Middle East.
Miguel Braojos, VP Global Sales - IAM Solutions, at HID Global, said trusted identities are increasingly being employed to help organisations secure, customise and enhance the user experience across a growing range of industry segments that are embracing the power of the IoT.
Braojos added that HID Global is delivering the next generation of multifactor authentication capabilities to help increase cybersecurity for digital business and help enterprises improve customer and employee satisfaction.
"At this year's GITEX, we will present our extensive portfolio of trusted identity and access management solutions including live demonstrations of the HID Approve app and HID location services," he said. "We will also offer visitors a hands-on understanding of how to address real-world secure identity challenges."
In addition, Braojos said the company will also launch and showcase its latest eco-friendly secure card issuance solutions and service. "HID Approve is a game-changer and will transform secure digital transactions, to significantly simplify and empower consumers to better protect their finances, reduce fraud and have peace of mind," he said. "GITEX gives us a platform to educate organisations on benefits of the solution that help their customers to be more confident and have more control over who is accessing their confidential and proprietary information," added Braojos.