BEDFORD, Mass. — RSA Security has released an upgrade of itsIdentity Verification authentication system.

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The new system is supported by questioning technology thatincorporates non-financial personal data not easily found on theInternet in order to authenticate the consumer in real time, thecompany said.

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Other enhancements include adaptive system behavior tools toproactively monitor for suspicious activity, current addressverification, new question types based on the year that anindividual lived in a particular city, and improved reportcapabilities.

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The new system is aimed at account originations, credit cardactivations, service transactions, password re-sets and otherscenarios and can be used by call centers, online or in person.

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The new system also is aimed at meeting the upcoming FACTAIdentity Theft Red Flags guidelines by providing improved accuracyin authenticating users by measuring the level of risk associatedwith an identity, according to RSA (www.rsa.com).

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