Universal Secure Registry
About This Company:
Kenneth Weiss, chairman and chief executive officer of Universal Secure Registry, is a widely acknowledged computer security and personal security/privacy expert. He was the founder and CEO of Security Dynamics Technologies Inc., now RSA, the Security Division of EMC. He invented the SecurID card/fob and designed the algorithm behind it, which has never been broken or compromised in 25 years. It is the world standard for personal identity authentication for computer security and electronic commerce. More than 100 million people, more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies, as well as corporations, consumers, governments, and banks in more than 30 countries rely on computer security and identity authentication systems such as SecurID invented, designed, and patented by Weiss. The U.S. Department of Defense, Treasury, Senate and the White House, all use SecurID technology.
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