Industry Associations

Authentify is an active member in several security and software associations, including:

The American Bankers Association is the voice of America’s $13 trillion banking industry, representing banks of all sizes and charters, from the smallest community bank to the largest bank holding companies.
BITS is a nonprofit industry consortium of the 100 largest financial institutions in the United States. Serving as the strategic “brain trust” for the industry, BITS focuses on issues related to e-Commerce, payments, and emerging technologies.
Computer Security Institute (CSI) is the world’s leading membership organization specifically dedicated to serving and training the information, computer, and network security professional.
The Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) Alliance is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization nominally formed in July 2012 to address the lack of interoperability among strong authentication devices as well as the problems users face with creating and remembering multiple usernames and passwords. The FIDO Alliance plans to change the nature of authentication by developing specifications that define an open, scalable, interoperable set of mechanisms that supplant reliance on passwords to securely authenticate users of online services. This new standard for security devices and browser plugins will allow any website or cloud application to interface with a broad variety of existing and future FIDO-enabled devices that the user has for online security.
The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) is the global financial industry’s go-to resource for cyber and physical threat intelligence analysis and sharing. FS-ISAC is unique in that it was created by and for members and operates as a member-owned non profit entity.
The Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) is a consortium of leading North American-based financial institutions, technology vendors, independent research organizations, and government agencies. FSTC sponsors collaborative technology development pilots, proof-of-concepts, tests, and demonstrations supported by member financial institutions and technology companies. Its aim is to bring forward interoperable, open-standard technologies that provide critical infrastructures for the financial services industry.
​The mission of the Steering Group shall be to govern and administer the Identity Ecosystem Framework in a manner that stimulates the development and sustainability of the Identity Ecosystem. The Steering Group will always operate in accordance with the NSTIC’s Guiding Principles.
The Illinois Technology Association offers value to its members through networking and professional development opportunities, providing solutions to workforce challenges, creating capital formation connections for member companies, and providing methods for member companies to enhance their competitive edge. The ITA and its member companies are dedicated to building a vibrant industry in the Midwest. Industry members include software, IT training, IT consulting, and Internet provider companies.
The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) is a not-for-profit international organization of information security professionals and practitioners. It provides education forums, publications, and peer interaction opportunities that enhance the knowledge, skill, and professional growth of its members.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. helps advance global prosperity by promoting the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electrical and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession.
The Merchant Risk Council (MRC) seeks to significantly reduce merchants’ exposure to online fraud and promote the growth of e-Commerce. Our strategy is to improve security for merchants and grow e-Commerce by increasing consumers’ confidence in online shopping.
NACHA represents more than 12,000 financial institutions through direct memberships and a network of regional payments associations, and 650 organizations through its industry councils. NACHA develops operating rules and business practices for the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network and for electronic payments in the areas of Internet commerce, electronic bill and invoice presentment and payment (EBPP, EIPP), e-checks, financial electronic data interchange (EDI), international payments, and electronic benefits transfer (EBT).
OASIS is the international not-for-profit consortium that advances electronic business by promoting open, collaborative development of interoperability specifications. OASIS operates, the non-commercial portal that delivers information on the use of XML, in the industry.

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