Many leading 2FA and MFA providers require your User-base PII to be registered on their network. This means:
(1) Your user-base PII data is residing in an a network that is not yours;
(2) You have no control over the security or safety of it; and
(3) You will have given complete access to some very pertinent PII data which you are trying to protect in the first place.
Question: What's your recourse if they get attacked?
IAmI does not ask for any user PII to be registered on the IAmI platform. Instead, each user is tokenized on the IAmI network before they begin their authentication and identity services, protecting their true identities (PII) from the risks of attacks.
Furthermore, the information generated by the token is yours and you have absolute access control over the IAmI services as it resides inside the parameters of your network.
We think you would agree, IAmI is completely and positively different.
● Cybersecurity is a single central function
● Highly vulnerable as hackers attacks one vector
● Unprotected users are easy targets
● Easy for unauthorized access/cyber intrusion attacks.
● High risks for data breaches
● Highly advanced cybersecurity network solution
● Decentralized & crowdsourced functionality
● Only entrusted users can gain access (employees/customers)
● Realtime network intrusion monitoring
● Realtime attack detection
● Realtime intrusion prevention
Trusted People on Trusted Networks
Watch how IAmI's B2B cybersecurity solution is changing how industries prepare themselves to stay a step ahead of attackers.
Watch how users:
(1) "Confirm" their authentication request and get instant safe access;
(2) "Deny" their requests for authentication, preventing an cyber intrusion attack in real-time; and
(3) Are not able to respond to their authentication requests in time, resulting in a default "Timed-Out", rendering the login session to deactivate and preventing a potential intrusion attack.