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SecureAuth Debuts Cloud Two Factor Authentication Service




Irvine-based security software developer SecureAuth has launched a new, cloud-based two-factor authentication service, according to the company. According to SecureAuth, its new service allows companies to implement two-factor access control to their applications, without having to invest in on-premise hardware. The company said its service costs $2 per user plus a $2,500 one time setup fee, and differentiates itself by ensuring that all personally identifiable information is stored in corporate directories, keeping all user information on-premise. SecureAuth was previously known as Multi-Factor Authentication.


 

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