The NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) agency, an intergovernmental military alliance between 29 North American and European countries, tapped Luxembourg-based startup RCDevs to implement multi-factor authentication for its infrastructure.
by: Silicon Luxembourg
photo: Anna Katina / Silicon Luxembourg
featured: Charly Rohart
RCDevs is an award-winning security company specialized in next-generation two-factor authentication. It has built a growing reputation over high-quality security software with its customers.
“NATO is probably the biggest intergovernmental military organisation in the world and we’re honored to be working with them,” said Founder and CEO of RCDevs, Charly Rohart.
NATO’s purpose is to guarantee freedom and security of its members through political and military means. NATO is committed to fighting attacks against one or several of its members. This is the principle of collective defense, which is enshrined in Article 5 of the Washington Treaty. NATO is an alliance of countries from Europe and North America. It provides a unique link between these two continents, enabling them to consult and cooperate in the field of defense and security and conduct multinational crisis-management operations together.
“NATO is probably the biggest intergovernmental military organisation in the world and we’re honored to be working with them.”
Its technical aspects
The OpenOTP Security Suite provides enterprise-grade security solutions suited for multi-factor authentication with OTP / FIDO, federation, identity management, PSD2 compliant secure transactions, electronic signature and SSH Key Management.
RCDevs combines mobile technologies with proven security standards in order to offer the best alternatives for professionals and non-professionals requiring cost-effective solutions compatible with user mobility. RCDevs’ platform integrates seamlessly into any IT infrastructure to enable a centrally managed security control center. The startup IAM (WebADM) is the heart of the Suite and provides the most advanced interface for managing organizations’ security applications, authentication policies, users, groups and domains. All the conﬁguration and management relies on WebADM, which is designed for ease of use and intuitiveness to abstract the underlying software complexity.
OpenOTP’s security suite supports multiple One-Time Password technologies (OTP) and Universal Second Factor through its Fido Alliance (U2F).
The article is sponsored by RCDevs and reflects only the opinion of the author.