Unified User Authentication System On Its Way By Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T And Sprint

The smartphone security system has revolutionized with the updates pouring in. Within past few decades, we have seen fingerprint readers, all sorts of face scanning, and other advanced security features making it to our personal smartphones. Some phones are even employing the biometric authentication systems. But as they say, there is always a room for improvement. Therefore, the three lead mobile companies’ i.e. Verizon, T-Mobile AT&T and Sprint are joining hands for a venture of creating the secure “Mobile Authentication Taskforce”. This team is being made to provide a better security to the smartphone users in the year 2018.

Source: Android Authority

According to the latest news, this brand new and advanced authentication system being developed by the three companies will have a lot more! It will have features like network-based device authentication, location recognition, and even other services like other phones do not offer. It will also have the option of sim card recognition. It is indeed a great news to hear that now smartphones companies are putting their focus on providing better security to its users. Security of personal data is indeed an important part. However, there are often instances of security breaches and many Smartphone manufacturers fail to provide sufficient security to the users.

This new relationship between the three companies iS a breakthrough right now and we all are definitely looking forward to the success of this venture. Let’s see how Successful this journey proves to be, and what the year 2018 brings for us!


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