VASCO Data Security to showcase customer facing security applications at Infosecurity Europe
London, UK – April 1, 2014 - VASCO Data Security International, Inc. (Nasdaq: VDSI), a leading software security company specialising in authentication products and services, announces that it will show its customer facing security applications at its booth G70 in the Main Hall at Infosecurity Europe 2014. The show runs from April 29 - May 1, at Earls Court in London, UK.
At the show, VASCO will explain how strong user authentication can be implemented in daily life to secure all customer facing applications without compromising user convenience. VASCO will showcase both its mobile and web-based security applications alongside with an extensive range of extras, such as risk-based authentication features.
DIGIPASS for APPS offers a single framework with a comprehensive set of features giving application owners all the necessary building blocks to secure an application at every level, from provisioning to the human interface. It makes it possible to secure all components in one single integration. Furthermore, VASCO’s DIGIPASS for APPS does not only secure the entire application but it also secures the user’s online profile by creating one user identity across multiple platforms and/or devices.
MYDIGIPASS.COM is an online authentication service for application service providers (ASPs) so they can offer a secure login to their web applications for end users. VASCO takes care of the end users’ identities and access management, so the ASP can focus on its core activities. With this cloud offering, VASCO leverages highly-secure technology that is convenient and cost effective.
In addition, VASCO will be hosting these presentations:
Graham Cluley is an independent blogger, often speaking to the media about computer security issues. He will give his opinion on recent fraud scams and how an organisation can fight back. He does not avoid controversial topics, tackling issues including: ‘Hackers and hacktivists – how online enterprises are fighting a new enemy’ and ‘the rise of the targeted attack’.
Dan McLoughlin is VASCO’s Technical Account Manager in UK and Ireland. He will address the audience from a more technical angle and will explain how address security related to the BYOD trend, cloud vs. on-premises management and will showcase a hacker session.
Dirk Roziers is Market Manager at Intel and will give a presentation explaining the breakthrough in convenient Security with Intel identity Protection Technology and VASCO.
VASCO’s COO and President, Jan Valcke, is available at the booth for more information on a strategic level. He can explain the future growth path VASCO will follow and how that influences the company’s solutions and strategy.
Visit VASCO’s booth G70 in the Main Hall for demonstrations and presentations or don’t hesitate to get in contact if you would like a meeting with a VASCO representative.
VASCO is a leading supplier of strong authentication and e-signature solutions and services specializing in Internet security applications and transactions. VASCO has positioned itself as a global software company for Internet security serving a customer base of approximately 10,000 companies in more than 100 countries, including approximately 1,700 international financial institutions. VASCO’s prime markets are the financial sector, enterprise security, e-commerce and e-government.
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