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Transmit Security provides a best-in-class identity orchestration platform designed to simplify, accelerate, and reduce the cost of identity-related projects across channels. That reduction is accomplished by abstracting the identity-related business logic (which is complex and always changing) away from channel applications (web, mobile, call-center, kiosks, other) and to the platform's unique over-the-air orchestration and decisioning layer.
There’s lots of hype around Zero Trust Security in the context of our changing mobile and cloud-centric working environments. Moving towards a modern and agile Zero Trust security concept is essential in today's mobile first, work-securely-from-anywhere world.
Companies are turning to Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platforms to reduce account takeover (ATO), synthetic fraud, bots, and other forms of fraud, which continue to be a pervasive and revenue-draining problem across many industries.
The Identity and Access Management (IAM) market is undergoing rapid and at times transformative change. A steady progression from on-premises to API and cloud platforms is visible as vendors innovate, but authentication tools are under attack from determined adversaries.
“The password is dead.” We have heard this statement for at least a decade, yet even in 2019, data breaches based on stolen user credentials continue to dominate the headlines. Why do passwords so stubbornly refuse to die?