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Security firms Cryptocard, WhiteHat merge

Two-factor authentication specialist Cryptocard will add WhiteHat's managed security services to its portfolio.

Two-factor authentication company Cryptocard, whose customers include NASA and Google, is merging with managed security services consultancy WhiteHat UK. The companies, which compete with two-factor token giant RSA, have been business partners for two years. They will now operate under the Cryptocard banner.

WhiteHat will operate a managed service for the two-factor products made by the Canadian company. The move means Jason Hart and Gary Stacey, owners of WhiteHat, will become directors of Cryptocard.

Dan Ilett reported for Silicon.com in London.