ADVANCED DEVICE PROTECTION
HYPR is the first to deploy True Passwordless Authentication at the TrustZone level. With Advanced Device Protection (ADP), you will stop mobile malware and achieve maximum security on any device by securing keys below the Operating System.
the BUSINESS IMPACT of adp
PREVENT MASS DATA BREACHES
SECURE CREDENTIALS BELOW THE OS LEVEL
STOP MALWARE AND MITM ATTACKS
SECURE DATA STORAGE & WHITEBOX ENCRYPTION
secure keys below the os on any mobile device
In a passwordless world, native device capabilities are no longer enough to secure mobile authentication. HYPR’s Advanced Device Protection (ADP) enables you to encrypt and store decentralized credentials in the most secure environment on any trusted user device. With ADP, you will stop malware and secure user authentication by storing user credentials below the operating system level.
Secure Payment Credentials and Authentication Keys
RSA 2048-bit, ECC 128-bit and 256-bit Encryption
Trusted UI Capability and Secure Transaction Signatures
Advanced Jailbreak and Root Detection
TAP INTO THE TRUSTZONE
Are you leveraging mobile security controls to their fullest potential? Although the TrustZone is ubiquitous and widely available across billions of devices, most authentication providers do not take advantage of this powerful mobile security layer provided by device manufacturers.
Mobile TrustZone technology ensures that the first link in the authentication chain is secure and sets the foundation for true passwordless security. That’s why we’ve made it a core part of the HYPR Authentication Platform.
“HYPR’s technology is a smart way to keep critical data where it belongs – close to the consumer.”
EVP Global Products & Services Identity Solutions,
understand the hypr difference
In a passwordless world, native device security is not enough. Compare how mobile security platforms vary based on HYPR Advanced Device Protection.
FIDO vs MPC White Paper
Did you know that Multi-Party Computation is incompatible with TrustZones such as the iOS Secure Enclave? This paper provides a perspective on the differences between FIDO and MPC, how FIDO became enterprises’ preferred standard for passwordless authentication.