There are too many usernames and passwords to remember, and your passwords need to change constantly in order to remain secure. Passwords are difficult to input—especially on small mobile keyboards—and can easily be hacked or stolen.
New methods of biometric authentication solve this problem. Biometrics, such as fingerprint readers, help reduce complexity, but they are unreliable, require special hardware devices, and cannot be changed if stolen.
Asignio is secure, fast and memorable. Based on proprietary handwriting-recognition technology, Asignio Signatures are repeatable, unique to each individual, and nearly impossible to copy. On average, an Asignio Signature consisting of three initials takes less than three seconds to complete. Signing for something is familiar and easy to do wherever the user goes.
You as a user are in complete control.
Bombarded with new and more complex forms of digital authentication, Asignio created a better, more elegant way to sign in. Security should only stop criminals and hackers, it should never stop the user.
Choose the better way to sign in. Authenticate with Asignio.
Asignio is a simpler and more efficient way to authenticate. Users draw a unique personal Signature on any touch screen device using just their finger. The average 3-stroke Asignio Signature takes 2.2 seconds to sign. Passwords can’t compete.
Asignio’s Signature is a 3-factor authentication (3FA) method, which measures the accuracy of the Signature in conjunction with geolocation data and the user’s approved device. Multiple layers of security continuously verify the identity of the user during each and every transaction. Users can easily change their Signature at any time, and the patent-pending verification algorithms will continue to keep sensitive data secure.
Finally, an authentication method that ensures both the user and the data remain secure.
A user’s Asignio Signature is an extension of who they are. Users create a simple symbol, graphic, or sequence of overlaid letters that are easy to remember and repeat.