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In the age of email spoofing, identity theft, and the myriad sorts of virtual chicanery and flim-flammery, having a service that can verify a person’s identity is vital. As demand for identity verification and and authentication grows, TeleSign is looking to capitalize on its latest round of funding, shopping for technology acquisitions and new markets for growth.
Telstra has revealed plans to enhance security of customer accounts using two-factor authentication. The telco’s Ventures division today announced a strategic investment in TeleSign, a mobile identity company that provides two-factor authentication using codes delivered to a mobile device by SMS, app or voice call.
Telstra, Australia's largest telecommunications and media company, has made a strategic investment in phone-based authentication and fraud detection solutions provider TeleSign, the company announced on Wednesday.
Telstra dials into TeleSignJuly 2, 2014
TELSTRA has turned its attention to keeping its customer accounts safe with the telco’s venture capital arm making a strategic investment in mobile identity company TeleSign. TeleSign provides a two-factor authentication service, using verification codes delivered to customers via SMS, voice or mobile application to the handset.
Steve Jillings grew his current business, mobile security company TeleSign, from a handful of employees to 200 and has doubled its revenue every year.