Once installed, Corsha’s software communicates with a distributed ledger network and locks a specific end user’s online account to the user’s device using a dynamic and continuous authentication stream. The authentication stream is checked invisibly each time a user tries to login. End users log into their online accounts in the same way they have always, without extra steps, but now with an invisible additional authentication factor happening behind the scenes.
Corsha’s solution will help its enterprise customers comply with security standards (e.g., NIST) as well as emerging privacy restrictions, such as GDPR and the newly-enacted California Consumer Privacy Act.
Enterprises do not want to burden end users at login. And end users don’t want to be burdened. Studies show that less than 10% of end users will choose to turn on optional security features.
Corsha’s solution is entirely invisible to the end user at login. No extra devices. No extra apps. No security codes to enter. No extra process of any sort is required.
End users are concerned about online privacy. And their concerns are warranted—hackers are increasingly trying to steal personal information, including biometric information, in order to steal identities and break into online accounts.
Regulators are reflecting end users’ concerns. The European Union’s recently implemented General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the newly-enacted California Consumer Privacy Act are examples of heightened online privacy requirements.
Corsha’s Streaming Authentication provides maximum privacy protection. Our unique approach guarantees we do not examine, use, transmit, or record any personal or device information. This is in stark contrast to other authentication solutions that probe the behaviors and traits of end users and their devices.
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Corsha enables enterprises to comply with security and privacy regulations and standards and to lower liability costs.
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