Authlogics appoints AxizWorkgroup as a distributor in Africa
February 2017, News, Cyber Security, IT infrastructure
Multi-factor authentication company Authlogics has announced that AxizWorkgroup is its first local distributor and will deliver authentication solutions to resellers in Africa.
“We believe that moving away from password-based authentication is inevitable and we look forward to driving the adoption of a new generation of solutions among businesses in Africa with AxizWorkgroup,” says Steven Hope, CEO of Authlogics.
Authlogics introduced the concept of one-and-a-half factor sign-on and takes advantage of the latest smartphone technology to replace costly hard-tokens with highly secure and reliable soft-tokens. Its authentication solutions are language independent, which make them particularly valuable for African businesses that serve multiple language customers.
“We are excited to offer Authlogics to our reseller base and are ready to drive implementation of this next generation authentication technology,” says Alessandro Postiglioni, business unit manager – security at AxizWorkgroup.
As an Authlogics Gold Partner, AxizWorkgroup offers resellers account and project management, specialised security skills, national logistics and delivery infrastructure. The Authlogics Partner Programme includes independent software vendors, original equipment manufacturers, system integrators and distributors who offer Authlogics authentication solutions.
The Authlogics solutions reduce the reliance on passwords, relieve pressure on the helpdesk for password resets, ensure regulatory compliance, mitigate risk and improve customer experience with simple, memorable and secure login.
For more information visit www.axizworkgroup.com
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