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ForgeRock Partners with Trusona to Bring #NoPasswords Authentication to Global Companies and Their Customers

Integration Introduces Frictionless Login Experience to Improve Customer Satisfaction, Increase Security and Decrease Costs

Scottsdale, AZ – March 27, 2018 – Trusona, the global leader in #NoPasswords identity authentication, today announced that it has joined the ForgeRock Trust Network as a Principal technology partner. The company’s authentication technology now integrates seamlessly with ForgeRock’s identity management platform to enable companies to eliminate passwords and create a more convenient, secure authentication experience at scale for consumers.

As simple to use as snapping a picture, Trusona now works with the ForgeRock Identity Platform to truly eliminate usernames and passwords, to make authentication convenient and more secure at scale. Trusona's anti-replay technology can be embedded directly (as an SDK) into a company’s application and is already being utilized by organizations in financial services, healthcare, higher education and entertainment.

ForgeRock is a leading provider of identity and access management solutions to a wide range of industries, including financial services, retail, healthcare, higher education, and communications, in addition to governments like Belgium, Canada, New Zealand and Norway.

“As companies look to protect digital identities and consolidate customer data to personalize digital experiences, that “first mile” of authentication – creating a consistent, convenient experience regardless of channel – remains a challenge,” said Ben Goodman, vice president of global strategy and innovation at ForgeRock. “Our integration with Trusona enables joint customers to create that unified experience at scale without passwords, increasing customer engagement and brand loyalty while maintaining their security and privacy.”

“The experience of using passwords to log in is inconsistent, insecure and down-right frustrating for end users. Trusona uniquely solves this challenge, enabling companies to create a delightful, secure experience and enabling clients to access the services they need quickly and easily,” said Dave Victorson, vice president of channel sales and business development, Trusona. “We’re partnering with ForgeRock to bring our #NoPasswords experience to companies worldwide to fundamentally change how companies engage consumers. This leads to higher customer satisfaction and brand loyalty, and even greater revenue in some cases.”

Trusona’s identity authentication solution is now available to all ForgeRock customers. For more information, please visit: https://www.trusona.com/partners.

About Trusona

Trusona is the global leader in identity authentication ensuring the True Persona behind every digital interaction. By eliminating all static credentials, authentication becomes frictionless while thwarting the rise of cybercrime perpetrated through static credential replay. Trusona offers a #NoPasswords identity authentication solution for logins and identity proofing. Trusona is leading the #NoPasswords Revolution where there are no passwords to be created, remembered, stolen, or compromised – ensuring people are who they say they are and no one else can. Trusona was founded in 2015 by CEO and cybersecurity expert Ori Eisen and is funded by Kleiner Perkins, Microsoft Ventures, Seven Peaks Ventures, and 2M. For more information, visit www.trusona.com.

About ForgeRock

ForgeRock is the digital identity management company transforming the way organizations interact securely with customers, employees, devices, and things. Organizations adopt the ForgeRock Identity Platform as their digital identity system of record to monetize customer relationships, address stringent regulations for privacy and consent (GDPR, HIPAA, FCC privacy, etc.), and leverage the internet of things. ForgeRock serves hundreds of brands, including Morningstar, Vodafone, GEICO, Toyota, TomTom, and Pearson, as well as governments like Norway, Canada, and Belgium, securing billions of identities worldwide. ForgeRock has offices across Europe, the USA, and Asia. For more information, visit www.forgerock.com.

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