EDISON, NJ--(Marketwire - Dec 13, 2012) - StrikeForce Technologies, Inc. (
A recent Symantec Threat Report revealed that in 2011 there were 403 million unique malware variants found. "That equates to 1.1 million new pieces of malware, each and every day," says Mark L. Kay, CEO of StrikeForce. "To make matters worse, the majority of businesses today still use single-factor authentication (username and password) for network access and still rely on Anti-Virus software to protect their desktops, and now, they're allowing their employees to utilize their own personal mobile devices on the corporate network. It's no wonder why there is a great increase in data breaches."
The good news is that help has arrived. StrikeForce's new Anti-Breach cyber security bundle mitigates the risk of breaches in each and every one of the exploitable areas. Our Anti-Breach bundle was developed utilizing our best-of-breed products. It contains our patented ProtectID® Out-of-Band Authentication Platform, our patent pending GuardedID® Anti-Keylogging Keystroke Encryption Technology, along with our newest product offering, MobileTrust™, which is our comprehensive encryption security suite for Apple and Android mobile phones and tablets.
The market has recently proven that our products are perfectly positioned. With the increase of Identity theft and the focus on regulatory compliance the StrikeForce products have become critical solutions, such as our patented ProtectID Out-of-Band Authentication Platform which is currently being licensed to Fortune 500 financial firms, government agencies, healthcare institutions, universities, major cable companies, large manufacturers and many others. Our GuardedID Anti-Keylogging keystroke encryption software is currently protecting over 5 million users in over 100 countries and we average more than 5000 new downloads each and every day. MobileTrust, our new mobile offering, includes important security features which protect user credentials, passwords, online transactions and access to corporate networks. MobileTrust includes a password vault; strong password generator, OATH compliant soft tokens, an encrypted database and the first ever keystroke encryption technology for the mobile device market.
Cyber-attacks, usually ending in data breaches have become common occurrences. The companies in the 2012 Cyber Crime Study by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Security, reference 102 successful attacks per week and 1.8 successful attacks per company per week. This represents an increase of 42 percent from last year's successful attack experience. Last year's study reported 72 successful attacks on average per week averaging annualized cost for 56 organizations in this study at $8.9 million per year, with a range of $1.4 million to $46 million. StrikeForce's products would have most probably prevented these breaches from occuring.
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