SecureKey Technologies Inc. has announced that its briidge.net DNA security software and briidge.net Enterprise authentication service have been integrated with MasterPass, the new digital commerce platform from MasterCard.
SecureKey briidge.net DNA combined with Intel Identity Protection Technology (Intel IPT), provides MasterPass wallet holders and merchants with an additional level of hardware-based security to help reduce fraud risk and to help ensure safer, more convenient online payment transactions.
“MasterPass is designed to enable consumers to shop more confidently and safely and has been made even better with the help of SecureKey authentication services and technology using Intel IPT,” said Edward Olebe, group head of MasterPass, at MasterCard. “We are delighted that consumers using the MasterPass service can now benefit from the enhanced security and convenience they receive on Intel IPT-enabled devices, such as Ultrabooks.”
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