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PassBan Open House
Thursday, December 20, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
PassBoard is in its final stages of production, and the PassBan team wants to invite you for an evening in San Francisco for food, drinks, and an exclusive sneak-peak at the soon to be released PassBoard!
Socialize with the PassBan team, developers, and other mobile security fans! You will also have a chance to meet Kayvan, Co-Founder and CEO of PassBan, as well as a chance to try PassBoard first-hand!
December 20th 6:00 to 9:00 PM
607 Market St. Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94105
For the User:
PassBoard lets you not only specify which applications you want to protect, but also allows you to mix & match from a selection of verification types to create your own security process for that application or site. Best part? Its free! So give it a try and download PassBoard, the app that makes YOU your very own best password.
For the Developer:
We offer a ready-to-integrate, ground-up, user-verification SDK and platform API's that secure your end-users with multi-factor security. With a wide selection of verification methods, you can mix & match a security process most appropriate for your app, or simply leave it up to your end-user to decide. Either way, you will drastically lower development and testing costs while adopting a next-generation security system that you can trust to protect your app and your users.
The PassBan Team
When & Where
About PassBan Company
PassBan provides a seamless multi-verification login experience on the mobile device by automatically adapting to the user's environment. For example, if it is a noisy environment, PassBan can automatically use face-verification. If it's too dark, PassBan switches to voice. If it's noisy & dark, PassBan uses motion or token verification. If the user is at an authorized location, the level of verification can be adjusted accordingly. PassBan enables defining different levels of protection for each application or site. To learn more about PassBan visit www.passban.com.