KikuSema GmbH (https://www.fabularosa.com,
announced to be the Winner in Best Privileged Access Management Solution
category in GSN's
4th Annual Homeland Security Awards competition 2012.
At a gala dinner that drew hundreds of government officials and industry
executives to the Washington Convention Center on November 29,
Government Security News announced the wnners -- including KikuSema
GmbH with its security app FabulaRosa-- in 42 different categories in
its 4th Annual Homeland Security Awards competition.
The winners were selected by a panel of objective judges, according to
Jacob Goodwin, Editor-in-Chief of Government
Security News. The judges received an outstanding group of entries
and have handed winners' plaques to an exceptional group of companies
and government agencies.
The Security App FabulaRosa is perfect for securing authentication and
to keep up with the trend of the new touch-screen devices and Cloud
FabulaRosa is designed to create High Definition (HD) passwords within
the range of a maximum length of 850 characters taken from the UTF16
character set, or a minimum length of 10 ASCII characters. It creates
many different passwords by applying only one image only existing in
your mind. The passwords are not stored at all; they are generated in
the moment you draw the image on the screen. Using universally
understood concepts like colours, directions and patterns FabulaRosa is
worldwide applicable. FabulaRosa provides you with passwords for
ordinary logins as well as for high security applications.
Furthermore the entire authentication process is strengthened by the
Five New Protocols.
"Authentication by smart phones or tablets becomes essential for the
user, both in private or public spaces, whether using trustworthy or
untrustworthy devices," said Ulf Ziske, founder and CEO of the KikuSema
GmbH, and developer of the application and he highlights: "The transfer
of High Definition passwords and confidential information by QR code or
NFC using a stealth mode represents a paradigm shift in the
FabulaRosa is worldwide applicable, in fact everywhere where passwords
or pass codes are used. It has the potential to become the common
pattern login for operation systems, for business customer and
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