LETIX Selects Comodo to Provide Authentication

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; May 23</strong><br />Comodo, a global certification authority and provider of identity and trust assurance (ITA) management solutions, has announced that the Law Enforcement Technology Information Exchange (LETIX) has selected Comodo to protect, secure and authenticate access to its database that houses sensitive financial information. </p><p>LETIX, a nonproft that supports law enforcement&rsquo;s need for real-time fraud data, will benefit from advanced authentication technologies that will ensure only authorized access to this sensitive information.<br /><br />Comodo&#39;s mutual authentication solution is based on strong public key infrastructure (PKI) and includes two-factor (TF) client certificates for LETIX authentication of the user and content verification certificates (CVCs) to enable the user to verify the authenticity of the LETIX login box. </p><p>Together, this provides the only PKI based solution that is both secure and user-friendly.<br /><br />&quot;The continued advances in authentication technologies allow us to offer this new level of access for LETIX subscribers so they can access the data securely, even though they are using diverse technical platforms,&quot; said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo CEO and chief security architect. &quot;By working with leading law enforcement companies like LETIX, we are able to deliver an integrated, best-of-breed solution without risking the security or safety of their subscribers.&quot;</p>

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