End user

can use for:

  • Online banking
  • E-shopping
  • Remote connection to employer
  • University account

Service provider

e.g.

  • Bank
  • E-shop
  • Government agency
  • University
Service
provider
End
user

End user

Download your PEIG (Personal Electronic Identity Guardian) from designated location to any device you prefer and use the most – PC, smartphone, tablet. 1

Log into your online account and provide one-off proof of your identity. 2

Confirm that you want to use ALUCID authentication with only a few clicks. 3

Log into your account anytime anywhere. With just one click – no more password or renewal of certificates. 4

Service provider

Easily integrate ALUCID with your application with minimal changes required on your application itself. 1

Inform your clients about introducing the new user-friendly, yet highly-secure, way of logging into their account. 2

Let existing clients smoothly migrate to ALUCID while new clients can start using it with a few simple clicks. 3

Eliminate costs from second channels, certificate maintenance, third party authority services etc. 4

 

News

 

SnapChat and Skype hacked

Over the past week, two popular Internet messaging companies, SnapChat and Skype, were hacked. 4.6 million user names and cell phone numbers were posted online. CNN

Reuters reports on a secret contract between NSA and RSA

RSA, one of the most influential firms in the computer security industry, received $10 million from the U.S. National Security Agency for creating a ´back door´ in the encryption software tool called Bsafe that is used to enhance security in personal computers and many other products. Read more

Millions of passwords and email details stolen in Germany

"The passwords and other details of 16 million email users in Germany have been stolen, the country's security agency has revealed." Read more on BBC

360 million newly stolen credentials on black market

"...the credentials were stolen in breaches that have yet to be publicly reported. The companies attacked may remain unaware until they are notified by third parties who find evidence of the hacking." REUTERS, read more here

ALUCID participating on EIC 2014

We sincerely invite you to see us at the European Identity & Cloud Conference 2014 which takes place on May 13-16 in Munich, Germany. Visit our stand in the Solution Center Bronze and see our cool innovative authentication in action. You may find more information about the conference here 

SnapChat and Skype hacked

Over the past week, two popular Internet messaging companies, SnapChat and Skype, were hacked. 4.6 million user names and cell phone numbers were posted online. CNN

Reuters reports on a secret contract between NSA and RSA

RSA, one of the most influential firms in the computer security industry, received $10 million from the U.S. National Security Agency for creating a ´back door´ in the encryption software tool called Bsafe that is used to enhance security in personal computers and many other products. Read more

Millions of passwords and email details stolen in Germany

"The passwords and other details of 16 million email users in Germany have been stolen, the country's security agency has revealed." Read more on BBC

360 million newly stolen credentials on black market

"...the credentials were stolen in breaches that have yet to be publicly reported. The companies attacked may remain unaware until they are notified by third parties who find evidence of the hacking." REUTERS, read more here

ALUCID participating on EIC 2014

We sincerely invite you to see us at the European Identity & Cloud Conference 2014 which takes place on May 13-16 in Munich, Germany. Visit our stand in the Solution Center Bronze and see our cool innovative authentication in action. You may find more information about the conference here