Toopher deploys authentication technology for the University of Texas

Wednesday 20 August 2014 13:39 CET | News

Online security company Toopher has deployed its authentication solution at the US-based University of Texas.

The institution’s 24,000 faculty and staff members will use Toopher’s ‘Invisible Authentication’ technology for all financial services, including payroll data and access to W2s.

The first time a user logs in, Toopher sends them a push notification with pertinent details of the request, and they either hit ‘Allow’ if it’s them or they can ‘Deny’ to immediately prevent online fraud.

Toopher is a security platform that helps businesses eliminate online fraud and identity theft through automated two-factor authentication.

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Keywords: Toopher, authentication technology, University of Texas, Invisible Authentication, digital identity, web fraud, online security
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