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Covr Security meet the growing demand for highly secure, user-centric control over mobile security and digitized personal information.
Covr is founded by serial entrepreneurs, including the developers of the digital verification standard currently used by the Swedish banking system.
Covr protects users against password and ID theft, phishing, skimming, credit card hijacking and more.The solution
Users verify transactions and access accounts via a personal code on their smartphones.The solution
The only three-factor, two-channel encryption system on the market.The solution
Seamlessly connects with any partner platform around the world.The solution
See how easy it is to receive and validate a request with Covr. Completely secure.
Banks transactions, store purchases, cloud-based databases, online gaming and even the Internet of Things can use Covr to ensure 100% protection from ID theft, phishing, skimming and credit card hijacking.
Today, all transactions of highly confidential value are exposed to cyber attacks – and theft has become almost commonplace. Yet most enterprises are unprepared to fend off attackers. Many end up paying for this lack of preparation in the form of costly fixes and downtime, ID theft, and sometimes irreparable damage to their reputations.Digital security
“The average total cost of a data breach is $3.8 million.” — Study by Ponemon Institute LLC, sponsored by IBM
Growing consumer awareness of identity theft and concerns about security has contributed to an increase in lost business… from a total average cost of $1.33 million last year to $1.57 million in 2015. — Ponemon Institute
“Data security issues are no longer just an IT department concern. Indeed, they have become a matter of corporate survival.” — Bloomberg BNA, World Data Protection Report
“Cyber security insurance is one of the fastest growing sectors in the insurance market… the global cyber insurance market will reach $7.5 billion in annual sales by 2020, up from $2.5 billion in 2015.” — Forbes