"As we bolster our electronic infrastructure in preparation for the upcoming flu season, we are confident in the security archetype provided by Authenware's keystroke biometric software," said Juan Munoz, senior manager at Spain's Ministry of Health. "With a renewed ability to securely access ministry applications, we can operate with increased mobility, augmenting our internal capabilities to adapt in real time to evolving conditions."
Neoris, a global IT consulting firm, participated as a liaison between the parties throughout the contract acquisition. "Authenware extends its deepest gratitude to Neoris for offering their confidence and support to our team throughout this process. We are honored to partner with such an esteemed organization," said Helou.
Headquartered in Miami, Authenware is a leading innovator of keystroke biometrics software. Its identity authentication product, Authentest, recognizes valid users by calculating the unique rhythm and beat with which the typist keys in data (i.e. their username and password) on their computer keyboard. Authentest evaluates this information along with behavioral and environmental characteristics to keep hackers out and let authorized personnel in. The company provides its security product and services to customers spanning international borders and business sectors, across a wide variety of industries such as financial services, government, transportation and logistics, manufacturing, and retail.
For more information or to request a demo, please visit our website at www.authenware.com.
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