U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Awards Anakam Patent for Strong Authentication in Conjunction with Device Registration Capability
Anakam received US Patent Number 7,676,834 for the company’s capability to verify if a user name and password is associated with a user’s computer and, if not confirmed, require a strong authentication challenge prior to granting access to a Web application. This is the foundation of a series of patents pending around the company’s flagship technology platform Anakam.TFA Two-Factor Authentication. This patented approach allows Anakam to implement a progressive authentication policy across an enterprise based on the role of a user and the level of assurance the enterprise wants to establish with individuals accessing its online systems.
Founder and CEO of Anakam, Allan Camaisa, submitted this patent as one of several that cover the best-in-industry authentication and identity management tools offered by Anakam. “The award of the patent to Anakam is an important milestone as it confirms what we have already demonstrated through our success in sales,” said Mr. Camaisa. “Anakam is truly unique in our offerings. Whether it’s a consumer logging into their bank account or a doctor logging in to an electronic health record system to prescribe medication, Anakam protects the system from access by fraudulent users. We mitigate risk and enable trusted access, which is paramount in business today, especially in the sectors of banking, finance, healthcare and government. Anakam has been visionary in the authentication market and this patent validates our leadership in the industry.”
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