Secure your digital assets as you would your physical assets.
Anonybit provides storage and recovery of any type of personal data including images, biographic, demographic, documents, crypto assets, backup passphrases, and more, and ensures only the right person has access via our state of the art biometrics. Our PII vault is decentralized and so are the biometrics that secure it, so there is no single point of failure for an attacker to get into. Contact us for a demo today.
One of the challenges of cryptocurrency, verifiable credentials and other blockchain applications is where to store the private key. Anonybit's digital asset vault, wallets will no longer be lost or compromised.
Upon account registration, enable your users to store their personal data. At any time and from any device, they can invoke it using biometric authentication to ensure that only they have access. Total security. Total privacy. [Get in touch](https://anonybit.io/contact) to test the Decentralized Data Vault.
Our PII vault is secured with biometric MFA.
Anonybit's passwordless authentication protects the decentralized data vault with state of the art biometrics. Using our SDK and APIs, integrate easily into existing workflows while keeping your customers and employees protected against data breaches. [Access our SDK and APIs](https://anonybit.io/contact).
Other data vaults are centralized, use weak authenticators or both, opening up vulnerabilities for attackers to exploit. With Anonybit, there is nothing for an attacker to find and nothing for an attacker to steal, while ensuring the utmost security.
Works across devices. Not susceptible to device takeover, unlike traditional solutions that fall back to PINs, and KBA.
Personal data is not held in any central honeypot. Nothing for hackers to find and nothing for hackers to steal.
Multiple Use Cases
Supports all modalities and third party-algorithms for different identity management needs across the enterprise.
Closed Circle of Identity
Connects onboarding to access and account recovery to close the gaps exploited by attackers in the authentication process.