StrikeForce Technologies , Inc.

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1090 King George's Post Road, Suite 603
Edison, NJ 08837
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About StrikeForce Technologies , Inc.
  • StrikeForce developed and sells:
    ProtectID - Out-of-Band (multi-channel) Authentication with multiple patents
    GuardedID - Keystroke Encryption for all PC's and MACs
    MobileTrust - Keystroke Encryption for all Apple and Android devices
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Products by StrikeForce Technologies , Inc.
  • ProtectID

    StrikeForce Technologies exists in a competitive industry flooded by many different types of cybersecurity technology offerings. We have many distinguishing factors which set us apart from our competition. Our ability to offer a “hybrid” solution consisting of both on-site and hosted cloud... Read More
  • GuardedID

    GuardedID® outsmarts cyber criminals by encrypting your keystroke data from the point of origin — your keyboard — and delivering it safely and securely to your browser or desktop. When you type, keyloggers only see a meaningless sequence of numbers. Traditional keystroke data flows through a... Read More