Trusona's ID authentication technology now available for Microsoft Azure users

September 29, 2017

Phoenix Business Journal
by Hayley Ringle 

 
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Scottsdale-based Trusona now has access to hundreds of thousands of users for its secure identity authentication technology after announcing its multi-factor option is available with Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing service.

Customers using the Microsoft Azure Active Directory premium conditional access engine can now choose to sign in without a password, and instead take a photo of their driver’s license with their camera phone to use Trusona’s patent-pending anti-replay technology, said Trusona CEO Ori Eisen.

“Trusona offers three levels of security, and the driver’s license further proves who the person is,” Eisen said. “We’re very lucky Microsoft is showing this technology at three different keynotes.” . . .

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