individually for you.
Problem of Digital Identities
Enterprises don’t know their digital customers and employees, as they don’t have up-to-date verified digital identities.
Users have tons of accounts (more than 120 per user), and throughout the lowest form of security: a password.
This leads to a structural dilemma: Enterprises spend more & more money on protecting and updating their databases and the users’ accounts become more & more inconvenient (e.g. two-factor-authentication).
→ LITTLE SECURITY &
The Solution: Keyp identityOS
Digital accesses are context-sensitive: Depending on the use case enterprises need different identity factors (e.g. credit card, employee number, driver’s license).
Keyp’s SDK lets enterprises connect their systems once so they can receive any verified identity factor from their users.
Users become a storage medium for identity factors verified by third-party-authenticators.
→ decentralized infrastructure enabling convenient & secure exchange of identity factors
▪ Secure access for all users
▪ Convenient overall SSO for web & mobile
▪ Data ownership for every single user (GDPR compliance)
Secure Cryptographic Infrastructue
▪ No vendor lock-in
▪ Community of identification providers
▪ Cost reduction through market efficiency
▪ Workflow monitoring and analytics
▪ Decentralized identification storage
▪ Flexible configuration of identification workflows
▪Technical live monitoring and analytics
A convenient workflow for your digital accesses
SMOOTH USER EXPERIENCE
Versatile usage and acceptance through user-centric development
Constant analysis and anonymized evaluation of the accesses and costs
KNOW EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING WITH KEYP
✔ Know-Your-Customer: multi-channel communication, device-independent services & SSO Login & checkin
✔ Know-Your-Employee: Cloud & SaaS security, access rights management & BYOD policy
✔ Know-Your-Machine: Automated manufacturing, production processes & smart home (IoT)
Triggers for identity verification
Scan a Keyp QR code by using the Keyp Wallet App immediately starts the authentication
Entering the range of a bluetooth sensor with a smartphone, automatically triggers the process
Putting the smartphone on a NFC transponder, automatically starts the authentication
A push notification can be sent to the smartphone directly and start the workflow
The authentication from a user’s smartphone using the Keyp app works through a simple mobile click
A link inside an email acts as a trigger, too, and once it’s clicked, the user starts the authentication