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[February 27, 2013]

SurePassID Launches Secure Single Sign-On (Secure SSO) for Mobile at RSA Conference 2013

WINTER GARDEN, Fla., Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- SurePassID, provider of next-generation identity and access management solutions for the hybrid cloud, today announced it will launch its Secure Single Sign-On (Secure SSO) for Mobile at RSA Conference 2013, taking place February 25 - March 1 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

"To adopt secure single sign-on quickly and cost-effectively, enterprises need to be able to leverage their existing IT infrastructures," said Mark Poidomani, Founder and CEO/CTO of SurePassID. "Our Secure SSO and its Strong Authentication Gateway seamlessly integrate with existing applications, directory stores, and third-party authentication systems. It's the fastest, most flexible way for enterprises to adopt single sign-on while meeting security and corporate governance requirements." Deployable on-demand, on-premises, or as a virtual machine, Secure SSO for Mobile eliminates insecure access to applications and the need for users to remember URLs, usernames and passwords. Instead users are authenticated once and enjoy secure one-click access to their authorized applications on any cloud-connected mobile device, no matter whether company-issued or Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).

SurePassID's Secure SSO for Mobile is compatible with: -- iPhone and iPad applications -- Android applications for smart phones and tablets -- BlackBerry devices -- Windows Phone 8 -- Windows Internet Explorer for XP, Vista, 7, and 8-based tablets and laptops -- Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera browsers for mobile applications, tablets, and laptops In addition to single-factor authentication, SurePassID's Secure SSO for Mobile supports a broad range of multi-factor One Time Password (OTP) authentication methods and options: -- OATH Event-based (HOTP) -- OATH Time-based (TOTP) -- OATH Challenge-Response (OCRA) -- Out-of-Band (OOB) SMS text OTP -- Out-of-Band (OOB) voice-enabled OTP -- Out-of-Band (OOB) email OTP At RSA Conference 2013, SurePassID will showcase how Secure SSO for Mobile and its other identity and access management solutions for the hybrid cloud meet the most demanding security and compliance requirements, while simultaneously increasing productivity, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness.

Learn more about SurePassID's Secure Single Sign-On (Secure SSO): -- Secure SSO for Mobile -- Secure SSO for the Enterprise -- Secure SSO for Any Deployment -- Secure SSO with OneCard About SurePassID SurePassID is a provider of next-generation identity and access management solutions for the hybrid cloud. SurePassID seamlessly integrates with existing IT infrastructures to enable secure access to any application, on any device, by any user. SurePassID's on-demand solution offers secure single sign-on, identity and access management, directory integration, automated provisioning and deprovisioning, strong multi-factor authentication, support for legacy on-premises authentication servers, and customizable deployment options. SurePassID offers its solution direct and via a global network of resellers and integrators. For more information visit www.surepassid.com.

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