joins Microsoft partner network

February 20 2022, a New York-based mobile privacy provider, announced that it has joined the Microsoft Partner Network. The company has also expanded its Verified CloudConnect offering, adding facial biometrics for Azure ADFS. 

Selfies can be used to verify workforce identity for logins. When users login, the Verified offering analyzes the user’s selfie and binds the authentication to the device. aims to support MFA and Zero Trust goals. 

The company launched Verified Platform Version 2.4 in January. Updates and enhancements included a refreshed user interface, better cross-device authentication, improved selfie capture, and in-browser quality analysis improvements.

Tom Thimot, CEO of, stated: is committed to delivering intuitive, integrated enterprise security solutions that secure company assets and resources. As a Microsoft Partner, we are further empowering enterprises to enhance control of their security infrastructure and provide an easier, more fortified authentication experience for their teams. On the heels of our recent deployment of CloudConnect to the Auth0 marketplace, we are excited that our new biometric integration with the Microsoft Office 365 and Azure platform will protect the data and IP of an even larger cohort of enterprises and professionals across the globe.

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