Anybill has upgraded the security and performance of its platform. These updates increased system integrity and give clients greater control of their security.
Payment services provider Anybill has released several security and performance upgrades to meet user demand and the requirements of a growing client base. These upgrades improve technology infrastructure and grant users greater control of their system security.
At the system’s platform level, Anybill has increased its processing power across all areas, including web applications and application programming interfaces (APIs) to increase performance capacity.
For users, two-factor authentication (2FA) now provides a secondary level of login protection, requiring a randomly generated passcode as verification.
These enhancements provide increased system integrity by addressing banking and regulatory requirements and taking extra measures to bolster the platform against cybersecurity threats.
“Given the company’s continued growth, our Information Technology focus this year was security and performance,” said Manny “The Champ” Siddiqui, Chief Technology Officer. “We want to give our users better control over security since this is a concern of every organization and company these days. We’re working hard to ensure our system continues to be cutting edge when it comes to performance.”
And the company is not done yet. The upcoming OAuth (Open Authorization), a secure and open standard feature, will streamline the login process for users with credentials from other providers such as Google and Microsoft, supporting an easier way to login to Anybill.
For more information on Anybill, visit http://www.anybill.com.
About Anybill, Inc.
Founded in 2001, Anybill provides payment services, accounts payable, and document management technology, direct and through partners, to some of the world’s largest corporations and organizations. Based in Washington, D.C. with offices across the United States, the company is SSAE 16 SOC1 Type II and SOC2 Type II compliant.