“Feitian made its announcement at the recent Identiverse 2019 event in Washington, DC, where the company also showcased its major new security product, the AllinPass K33.”
China-based Feitian has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association, or MISA, the company has announced.
MISA is Microsoft’s effort to team up with strategic security partners to help defend its products and services against sophisticated digital threats. Feitian is one of MISA’s Identity and Access Management partners, alongside other notable players in this area such as Duo, Entrust Datacard, Ping Identity, Symantec, and Yubico.
Feitian “is proud and honored to be selected for membership into MISA,” commented the company’s Director of Strategic Projects, Michael Gwynn. “We will continue to work with Microsoft and the other leading companies to provide advanced security protection for Enterprise, Education, Healthcare, Government, and Individual Users.”
Feitian made its announcement at the recent Identiverse 2019 event in Washington, DC, where the company also showcased its major new security product, the AllinPass K33. Compliant with the FIDO Alliance’s FIDO2 authentication standard, the AllinPass K33 is a Bluetooth- and NFC-enabled security token featuring an embedded fingerprint sensor provided by the company’s partner Fingerprint Cards. With its use of biometric security, the AllinPass K33 is thus a demonstration of Feitian’s pursuit of advanced digital security, helping to illustrate why the company was selected for Microsoft’s MISA program.