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August 27, 2015

Intercede strikes strategic collaboration with Solacia to extend availability of MyTAM Trusted Application Management service

Intercede announces interoperability with Solacia SecuriTEE to become the world’s first Multi-TEE Trusted Application Management Service for securing the ‘Internet of Things’ Lutterworth UK, 27 August 2015: Today, leading Trusted Application Management (TAM) service provider Intercede and Korean security platform provider Solacia, announce a strategic collaboration in a bid to improve the industry’s approach to Read More

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August 26, 2015

Millennials protest against ineffective security practices

~ New survey reveals fewer than 5% of UK and U.S Millennials believe their digital identity is completely protected by effective safeguards ~ ~ 70% believe risk to their online privacy will increase as we become more digitally connected ~ ~ 54% claim failure of businesses to implement better online security will result in public Read More

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June 9, 2015

Intercede together with Microsoft demo mobile authentication with Derived PIV Credentials.

We have been working with the Microsoft Department Of Defense focused team, who really liked our MyID approach to derived PIV credentials.  The CAC card alternative required an external card reader to be attached to the Windows Phone, which wasn’t desirable. Are you interested in utilizing Derived PIV Credentials to make your workforce more mobile? Read More

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Intercede in the media

September 2, 2015

Warning from Millennials: tighten online security or lose our custom

“This serves as a stark warning to businesses and government departments who provide online services and products, as digital natives protest that ineffective security practices are potentially putting their online data into the hands of cybercriminals.”

Read the full article at Talk Business Magazine

September 2, 2015

Over 95% of Millennials Feel Companies and Governments Fail to Protect Personal Data

Intercede’s recent consumer research has been featured in an article written by Razvan Muresan, for Hot for Security.

Read the full article at Hot for Security (bitdefender)

August 30, 2015

Most millennials are cynics about online security

The Tech Eye has written an article following the release of our latest consumer research, highlighting that nearly all millennials in the US and UK are cynical when it comes to online security and do not expect online services can adequately protect their data.

Read the full article at Tech Eye