Adaptive Two Factor Authentication awards: 2010 Navteq 

On March 30, 2010 Spriv received the Second Runner-Up award “NAVTEQ 2010 North America region” at Where 2.0. in San Jose, CA.

First launched in 2003, the NAVTEQ Global LBS Challenge is focused on driving the development and visibility of innovative location-based solutions (LBS) for wireless devices. The Global LBS Challenge has become the premier event in the wireless industry and a global symbol of LBS innovation and opportunity. From business applications to sports, travel and security, integrating the accuracy and richness of NAVTEQ digital map data facilitates the discovery of the next wave of LBS using dynamic positioning technology.

“Second Runner-Up was Spriv. Spriv is a solution for automatic Internet authentication, preventing fraudulent use of stolen credit cards and user/password information by tying their use to the owner’s mobile phone location.”

Judges

AT&T, Bing, BlackBerry, deCarta, Denso, DeviceAnywhere, Imagination Technologies, Intel, Samsung, Tanla, Verizon, DigitalGlobe.

MRC 2011: Merchant Risk Council 

Spriv has arrived as a finalist in the 2011 MRC Emerging Technology 2FA Awards (METAwards),. The Merchant Risk Council, a global merchant-led trade association, distributes the MRC Emerging Technology Awards which recognize the most innovative payment, fraud and security tools in electronic commerce, as judged by a diverse panel of online and multi-channel merchants.

“The MRC Technology Awards recognize the most esteemed achievements in eCommerce, honoring organizations surpassing industry standards and providing a benchmark for excellence,” says Danielle Nagao, MRC CEO. “The MRC Technology Awards are regarded as the most distinguished acknowledgment in the fraud and payments sector.”

Judges

The merchant judging panel was comprised of representatives from leading organizations including: BestBuy.com, eBay, Go Daddy, HP, Microsoft, NCsoft, Tiffany & Co., T-Mobile, Urban Outfitters, among others.