Zero Knowledge Authentication with TozID

Malia Spencer, Feb. 13, 2020 Tozny’s products help developers add security and privacy tools to applications from the beginning. TozID enables end-to-end encryption, zero knowledge authentication, and integration with SAML and Open ID. Go to article >

Tozny Introduces Zero Knowledge Authentication Solution

Enterprise Talk Feb. 17, 2020 Identity Management and data privacy firm Tozny has announced the launch of TozID, a secure identity management and Zero Knowledge Authentication solution built on Open Source verifiable cryptography. Go to article >

Tozny Helps Companies More Easily Incorporate Encryption

CyberWire Feb. 13, 2020 Tozny introduces encrypted identity tool as part of security as a service platform. TozID is an identity and access control tool that can work independently or in conjunction with the company’s other encryption tools. Go to article >

Encrypted Identity by Tozny

Only InfoTech Feb. 14, 2020 Encrypted Identity Management by Tozny. TozID uses standard identity constructs like single sign-on, SAML and OpenID, and can plug into any existing identity framework, but the key here is that it’s encryption-based and uses Zero Knowledge Authentication. Go to article >

Zero Knowledge Identity Management with TozID

Plan Your Website Feb. 13, 2020 Under the hood, TozID uses standard identity constructs like single sign-on,  SAML and OpenID, and can plug into any existing identity framework, but the key here is that it’s encryption-based and uses Zero Knowledge Authentication. Go to article>

Embracing Encryption, Privacy, & Security

Last week Tozny introduced its newest product, TozID, a secure identity management solution with end-to-end encryption built in. Isaac Potoczny-Jones, Tozny CEO, sat down with Swapnil Bhartiya of TFiR to discuss Tozny’s approach to ease the path for developers to integrate and deploy strong security in their applications, all things …

TozID: Centralize Identity Management Without Centralizing Risk

Powerful Identity Defense-in-Depth for Workforces and Customers in an Encryption-as-a-Service Platform The biggest data breaches of the past year were not prevented by HTTPS, but they would have been prevented with application-layer encryption. Unfortunately, encryption is easy to get wrong, and too often developers and companies continue to fail to ...