FAQsFrequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions:
We welcome your questions and will do our best to provide as much helpful information as possible in this section.
What is the deployment schedule for Anonymous Access Key technology to business and government?
.Our patented Anonymous Access Key technology will initially begin deployment in Q4 of 2020 to selected partners in small business, corporate and government markets will begin in .
How many Smart Devices can be registered?
IT management can elect to register as many Smart Devices as it deems necessary.
What do you mean by Smart Devices?
When we are talking about physical Smart Devices, we are referring to the devices most commonly used to access accounts. This could be a Smartphone, PC, Mac, or Tablet.
What does Anonymous Access Key mean?
A matched Anonymous Access Key is required in order to successfully access an account protected by our technology. The physical Smartphone or PC being used to generate the account access request must respond with the same hardware and software identifiers that were used to register its Anonymous Access Key into the Validation Database. Thus, access depends on not just a single factor, but on a combination of physical factors that make up the DNA of the Smartphone or PC seeking account access.
Registering a Smart Device in the Validation Database?
We have structured the architecture of the Validation Database to be an independent operation. When a Smart Device is registered by the rightful account owner, the specific identifiers that make up the Anonymous Access Key are entered into the Validation Database.
What happens if I lose a registered Smart Device?
If a Smart Device registered in the Validation Database is lost or stolen, we can immediately remove its authorization status and block it from accessing your accounts. We suggest you first notify your IT management group. Once notified, that Smart Device will be blocked from accessing your accounts.
Does Anonymous Access Key technology only alert me to unauthorized account access?
NO… Anonymous Access Key technology not only notifies you of an unauthorized attempt to access your account, we stop that access attempt in its tracks… We are a combination of the neighborhood watch and the police force, all rolled into one – we identify the threat and shut it down ASAP. Anonymous Access Key technology is your first line of defense in protecting accounts.