Multifactor Authentication Security Company Toopher Continues Growth; Executive Team Bolstered with Talent from RSA, IBM
Toopher's presentation Phones, Zones & Drones wins Best in Show at FinovateFall 2014
MorphoTrust and partners, including Toopher, will receive $1.47 million over the next two years to test the security, viability and interoperability of an electronic identity promoting confidence, privacy, choice and innovation to meet the guiding principles of the White House’s National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace.
Toopher, the leader in contextual authentication, will demonstrate new features using a drone at FinovateFall 2014 in NYC: de-authentication functionality and TouchID biometric integration.
Toopher CEO Josh Alexander sat down with Andrew Moore of Silicon Hills to talk about how your smartphone can make your life more secure
Version 2.3 of the Toopher app has officially been released in the App store and Google Play, adding another form of two-factor authentication to the app. “Old School Two Step” authentication allows users to add another layer of security for sites like Facebook, Google Apps, Dropbox, GitHub, Microsoft and Evernote. Toopher 2.3 now eliminates the need to use any other OATH-based authenticator—the most well-known, Google Authenticator.
Josh Alexander, CEO of Toopher, wins the Austin Under 40 award for the Technology & Startups category.
The 16th annual Austin Under 40 awards gala took place Friday evening at the Austin Music Hall. Seventy overqualified finalists across 14 diverse categories yielded one winner in each category.
Toopher makes an appearance at SXSW 2014 kicking off with Mobile Monday and Josh Alexander's panel Worst Technology Ever.
The UT Austin affiliated ATI celebrates aiding over 150 companies, creating 8,000+ jobs and making a $1 billion impact on the Austin economy.
Toopher's free WordPress plugin is now available to over 72 million WordPress sites worldwide. With over 170,000 WordPress sites compromised in 2012, there is a demonstrated need for authentication options built around the user, which Toopher provides.
Toopher’s free WordPress plugin is now available to over 72 million WordPress sites worldwide. With over 170,000 WordPress sites compromised in 2012, there is a demonstrated need for authentication options built around the user, which Toopher provides.
Toopher recently had the pleasure of being featured in PC World as one of three “Great Alternatives To Two-Factor Authentication Via Text-Message”.