Patents 

Spriv has a growing Two Factor Authentication Patent portfolio. The portfolio addresses the core platform’s analytic of mobile phone location, as well the platform key requirements like accepting the user’s consent.

Spriv strongly supports Two factor Authentication patent protection. We hold more than ten issued Adaptive Authentication patents, with active applications for more than 18 others. The value of our company rests upon the intellectual property embodied in our security products.

Our Adaptive Two Factor Authentication patented technology is of strategic importance to our business, resulting in a clear differentiation in the markets we address and providing major benefits to our business partners.

All of Spriv’s intellectual properties focus on mobile phone geographical location. Spriv’s intellectual properties portfolio is open for filing new claims using the original filing date in two continents: United States and Australia.

Patents

  • US Patent Number 9,727,867| Analyzing distance and speed between the mobile phone location and a second location
  • US Patent Number 9,033,225| Method and system for authenticating internet users
  • US Patent Number 9,391,985| Environment-Based Two-Factor Authentication
  • US Patent Number 8,770,477| Method for identifying the geographic location of a router
  • US Patent Number 8,656,458| Authenticating internet user identity
  • US Patent Number 8,640,197| Acquiring an Internet user’s consent to be located
  • US Patent Number 8,590,007| Authenticating internet user identity
  • US Patent Number 8,413,898| Monitoring electronic purchases
  • US Patent Number 8,370,909| Authenticating internet user identity
  • UK Patent Number 2,458,979| Authenticating internet user identity
  • Australia Patent number 2007275515 | Authenticating internet user identity
  • Australia Patent number 2007354390 | Authenticating internet user identity
  • Australia Patent number 2010200066 | Authenticating internet user identity
  • Australia Patent number 2010201859 | Location associated with an IP address
  • Australia Patent number 2010201860 | Location of an internet terminal
  • Australia Patent number 2010202372 | Authenticating internet user identity


Many More Patents Pending