Author: Cornelius Kölbel

NetKnights presents privacyIDEA at the ownCloud Conference
privacyIDEA, the two factor solution for ownCloud is presenting at the ownCloud Conference in September.
Multi factor authentication system privacyIDEA at the Texas Linuxfest
The multi factor authentication system privacyIDEA will be at the Texas Linuxfest in Dallas. There will be a talk and a workshop to learn how you can easily migrate to this sophisticated open source solution.
privacyIDEA Enterprise Edition 3.0.1 released
More flexible 2FA at ownCloud
The privacyIDEA ownCloud App 2.5.1 allows a more flexible Authentication with a second factor, if the user has more than one possible 2FA token...
Safely into the MFA future by privacyIDEA 3.0
We are proud to announce the release of privacyIDEA 3.0 today. With privacyIDEA 3.0, we are setting the course for a stable future.
Secure two factor authentication with iOS devices
The privacyIDEA Authenticator App allows a secure enrollment with Android and iOS devices and mitigates the identity theft.
Flexible Two-Factor Authentication at ownCloud
CIO Applications Europe: Netknights achieves top international ranking
This year, the trade magazine "CIO Applications Europe" has chosen NetKnights as one of the TOP25 security companies. The editors emphasized the great success of Netknights meeting the individual needs of companies from different industries – for example the healthcare sector, where the privacyIDEA system cooperates with famos IT solutions such as Citrix, NetScaler, CiscoASA and also with many VPN and firewalls. Thus far, the print magazine is one of the leading IT media brands in Europe. Its rankings lay a special editorial focus on important technological innovations among various sectors.
NetKnights at Open Source Summit Paris
NetKnights at Open Source Summit Paris with the multi-factor authentication system privacyIDEA.
privacyIDEA Credential Provider version 2.5
Today we release the version 2.5 of the privacyIDEA Credential Provider. The privacyIDEA Credential Provider requires a user to login to the Windows desktop or terminal server using a 2nd factor. The user could use his smartphone with a smartphone app, a one time password token, a Yubikey or Nitrokey to authenticate. As an alternative the authentication backend can also send an Email or text message, containing a one time code, to the user for login.