RSA, The Security Division of EMC, announces the release of RSA Mobile SDK - Adaptive Authentication Module 2.0
RSA Mobile SDK - Adaptive Authentication Module enables mobile application developers to integrate the world-class security of RSA Adaptive Authentication risk-based authentication into mobile applications on device platforms which include Android, BlackBerry, Apple iOS and Windows Phone. RSA Adaptive Authentication benefits the customer through offering multi-channel fraud protection. By providing a unified view of the end user of web and mobile channels, RSA Adaptive Authentication provides protection and authentication per channel while analyzing behavior and activities across channels.
RSA Mobile SDK - Adaptive Authentication Module version 2.0 provides enhanced fraud detection in the mobile channel by identifying compromised devices (jailbroken or rooted) and verification of whether the device is a real device or an emulator.
- Android 2.1 and later
- BlackBerry 5.0 to 7.1
- iOS 5.0 and later
- Windows Phone 7.0 to 8.1
RSA Mobile SDK - Adaptive Authentication Module provides collection methods which support risk-based authentication of mobile users performing online transactions. It is designed to be embedded in the customer mobile application, from where it enables flexible and customizable collection of device identifiers and location information. RSA Mobile SDK - Adaptive Authentication Module powers the Mobile Channel Protection Module, an extension of RSA Adaptive Authentication, which compliments the Web Channel Protection Module.
RSA Mobile SDK - Adaptive Authentication Module version 2.0 provides compromised device and emulator detection.
With the Mobile SDK 2.0, the SDK now supports Windows Phone in addition to the existing supported platforms.
For more information, see the Release Notes.
- RSA Adaptive Authentication (Hosted)
- RSA Adaptive Authentication (On-Premise)
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