Our TickStream engine recognizes people's behavior,
not account habits, linking activity to physical people: whether known or anonymous, to establish trust and identity.
Federal News Radio 1500AM
Bethann Rome, COO, appears on the What's Working in Washington radio program,
hosted by Jonathan Aberman
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A username and password is not an identity.
TickStream.KeyID recognizes people, not just accounts. It's real behavior analytics about the person at the keyboard.
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Intensity Analytics Awarded Key Patent for Behavioral Authentication Security Software
WARRENTON, VA – September 7, 2016 - Intensity Analytics, a specialized software company with a long history of innovation in data security,
announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office awarded it US Patent 9,430,626 titled User Authentication Via Input of Known Text.
The newly- patented IP combines advanced mathematics and machine-learning techniques to immediately recognize users by their keyboard typing patterns,
while denying illegitimate users access, thus negating the value of wrongfully-obtained credentials.
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TickStream® Cybersecurity Defense Suite
Meeting the challenges to cyberthreat intelligence by recognizing the people performing the behavior.
Physical behavioral analytics for second-factor authentication, using only the keyboard. Using the cadence and habits (not characters) of the user
when entering their credentials, it is frictionless, employs no private data (PII), and requires no special hardware.
Dynamic user validation for continuous authentication, insider threat analysis, non-repudiation and authorship verification, either based on windowed streams of
activity and context, or discrete analysis for self-serve account and password management.
Automates the collection of how computers are used, by application, process, person, and machine. This metadata is mined for productivity and telework
analysis, spend management, forensics, chain-of-custody requirements, and regulatory compliance.
Equifax, the credit reporting behemoth, said on Thursday that it is the victim of a massive security breach.
The go-to move after a data breach is to offer consumers free credit monitoring, through a company like Equifax. You know, the same Equifax that just exposed data on almost 50% of all Americans. Monitoring the use of stolen data is playing catch-up. Get ahead of the game with TickStream, and don't monitor your identity - own it. http://intensityanalytics.com
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This is a guest post by Kayla Matthews, a biometrics and technology writer. Identity fraud is a major issue today, and it’s only getting more advanced. You may think people who engage in stealing i…
An interesting article from Biometric Update this week highlights the ability for "Behavioral Biometric" solutions to improve cyber security in the financial sector by reducing identity fraud, saving banks and people from a crime that has increased 112% over the last year.
Kayla Matthews writes "Security analysts warn that most two-step forms of authentication are not robust enough to stop scammers. However, although passwords get stolen frequently, there are some things about people who aren’t so easy to identify and use: their behaviors."
TickStream Solutions help financial institutions improve user experience and secure identity to reduce fraud by leveraging a clients' unique behavior to better support their secure transactions. Contact us today to learn more.
#CyberSecurity #InfoSec #BehavioralAnalytics #BehavioralBiometrics #UEBA #IDaaS #Identity #FinTech
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“One of the things musicians can do is recognize each other by the way they play,” says Bethann Rome, co-founder of Intensity Analytics. “You can hear a guitar riff and you can say—‘ah! I know who that is’.” The same way playing identical notes can sound different from one musician to the next because of personal style, new technology can spot the pacing and patterns of our typing.
Bethann was featured on What's Working in Washington, on Federal News Radio 1500AM. Listen to her appearance here: http://intensityanalytics.com/wwiw
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