December 20th, 2017 at 5:22 pm UTC · 2 min read
Agrello, a company providing blockchain-based Legaltech and digital identity services, has partnered with Rivetz to provide an innovative, proprietary hardware-based cybersecurity mechanism for digital identities. This way, an extremely safe and easy to use digital ID is created.
Agrello provides a cryptographically secured, blockchain-based digital ID, which its users can employ to identify themselves anywhere online. The Agrello ID service can be used to sign contracts or to undergo Know-Your-Customer processes in a few seconds. Rivetz provides a toolkit to access the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), which is built into most modern mobile devices.
Based on Rivetz’ innovation, the Agrello ID application will be able to bypass a user’s phone’s Operating System, and thereby potential malware installed on it – providing absolute protection from identity theft, data breaches, and most cyber-attack vectors.
Commenting on the newly formed partnership, Agrello CEO Hando Rand stated –
“In cooperation with Rivetz, we can take our ID system to the highest level of security assurance, providing the uppermost form of protection available today. This will allow us to expand our client base to new enterprise customers with higher levels of risk in their operations.”
Steven Sprague, Rivetz CEO, added –
“Agrello provides state of the art identity services that meet the needs of modern users. We are very pleased to collaborate with them to deliver a new token powered model for Identity and security, providing the safety and simplicity required by the market.
Digital Identity is generally regarded as one of the most pressing problems of the internet based-economy today. With this recently announced partnership, Agrello and Rivetz seek to provide a new and simple model for user to deliver provable attributes and assert their identity and reputation online.
Agrello, is an Estonian blockchain startup, developing business-ready smart contract solutions. Agrello provides everything one needs to create, sign, and manage contracts online, secured by blockchain technology