Ric Edelman, iconic financial expert, joins the Intensity Analytics Advisory Board. Read the press release.

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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. (read the full release)

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At Intensity Analytics, we have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. A new reason just added to the list is our inclusion by CIO Review on their list of the Top 20 Most Promising Identity Solutions for 2017. https://identity-governance-and-administration.cioreview.com/vendors/most-promising-identity-governance--administration-solution-providers-2017.html

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Intensity Analytics, a specialized software company with patented identity and cybersecurity products, announced today that top-ranked financial exper
We are very pleased to announce that Ric Edelman has joined our advisory board, and participated in new funding. One of the nation's top-ranked wealth advisors, and #1 New York Times bestselling author of nine books on personal finance, Mr. Edelman's most recent book, The Truth About Your Future, was published in March, 2017. Mr. Edelman brings deep expertise in the financial sector and on the impact of new, exponential technologies in the market.

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Yahoo, now part of Verizon Communications Inc (VZ.N), said on Tuesday that all of its 3 billion user accounts were affected in the August 2013 data theft, following an investigation involving forensic experts.
3 Billion. Billions and billions, as Dr. Sagan once said. It's just a little less than 50% of the WHOLE WORLD. It's every username, password, and who knows what else. How many of those same credentials can be reused? Well, with TickStream in place, NONE OF THEM. http://intensityanalytics.com/keyid/

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