New York, USA – Dec 1 2022 - Callsign, the digital trust pioneer, today announced a global pro bono partnership with The Knoble to accurately identify employees, external volunteers and membership organizations, making sure only the right people have access to sensitive data.
Layering intelligence with Callsign’s passive authenticators, device fingerprinting and threat detection, The Knoble can accurately identify employees, members and business partners during their registration and login journeys. If any intelligence flags unusual data, Callsign authenticators will step up and validate the user accordingly. The Knoble can tailor authentication journeys in Callsign’s Orchestration Engine where rule-based policies can be managed in real time with no code changes.
To achieve their mission of protecting the vulnerable, including victims of human trafficking, child exploitation, scams and elder abuse, The Knoble has created a global community called The Knoble Network™ which brings together the experience, expertise and resources of partner organizations with thousands of members to make a difference.
‘The high-profile nature of The Knoble’s membership and their work requires robust protection to protect our infrastructure. Callsign’s technology is cutting edge, it’s simple to implement, and allows us to intelligently authenticate our employees and membership, enabling us to focus on our mission.’ Dave Worland, Executive Director, The Knoble
‘The founding principle behind Callsign is to make people safe in the digital world, so it’s a privilege to join forces with The Knoble who share similar goals to us, and work to protect vulnerable people from scams, exploitation and human trafficking.’ Zia Hayat, CEO and Co-Founder, Callsign.