Authenware Joins OpenID Foundation 6

Authenware today announced its membership in the OpenID Foundation – an industry organization aimed at protecting identities and intellectual property through the bolstering online security.  Through its membership, Authenware becomes part of a community of IT powerhouses that seeks to collectively build awareness of the emerging digital security pandemic.

“The exploitation of security vulnerabilities creates a major obstacle for the expansion of the Internet as a trusted vehicle for communication and commerce,” said Tom Helou, president of Authenware.  “For such a reason, we sought membership within the OpenID Foundation and are proud to partner with a broad spectrum of online leaders who share our values of security, privacy and strong identification.”

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6 thoughts on “Authenware Joins OpenID Foundation

  • Ramona White

    I am a fairly new client to this open ID. To me it seems contradicting. It says you can sign up for free and receive an ID which I did then it told me I needed to spend $25 for this open ID..My question becomes is it free or do I have to pay the money because am unemployed and just started this business where I have not made money and or can I do an advance until my business starts to flow..if you can assist me I will gratefully appreciate it. “GOD BLESS”….

  • Nat Sakimura

    The $25 is for joining the OpenID Foundation.
    You can get your OpenID enabled account from many providers for free. e.g, Google, Yahoo!, AOL, etc.