Strikeforce Receives Second Patent for ProtectID


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New York, NY -(8/01/2013)- On the heels of the company receiving their second patent for their Out-Of-Band Authentication System, ProtectID, Strikeforce CEO Mark Kay took the time to update investors with an audio interview with the Wall Street Analyzer.  During the interview, he discussed the company’s newest product MobileTrust and how the company’s technology is making smartphones and tablets easier to guard from identity theft.  Mr. Kay talked about new computer viruses and some of the ways hackers are installing malware into systems that copy keystrokes and allow them to steal and use vital information.  He believes Strikeforces’ products guard corporations and consumers from malicious hackers.  Mr. Kay also discussed some of the recent deals the company has in place, talked about the background and experience of key management, and emphasized that the company is going after anyone who infringes on their patents and that they have several lawsuits pending

 

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Contact:

StrikeForce Public Relations 

Michael Becce

MRB Public Relations

(732) 758-1100 x104

mbecce@mrb-pr.com

 

StrikeForce Technologies’ IR Contact

Mark L. Kay

CEO

(732) 661-9641

marklkay@strikeforcetech.com

 

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