Digital authentication provider Callsign has announced it has integrated its Intelligence Driven Authentication (IDA) with the identity management firm ForgeRock's platform.The firms said that thanks to the joint solution, enterprises will be able to deliver authentication capabilities to devices and individuals in novel ways, providing a unique combination of user experience and security."Enterprises in banking, retail, media, utilities, Internet of Things (IoT) and healthcare can benefit from seamless and adaptive authentication, paired with a massive-scale identity management solution. "The initial integration is available across the Access Management and Identity Management modules within the ForgeRock Identity Platform, enabling strong, contextual authentication for individuals and devices.Vas Ketavarapu, VP of Business Development at Callsign, said: "Robust authentication that can respond to constantly changing threat environments is increasingly paramount across many industries. Our Intelligence Driven Authentication technology integrated with ForgeRock's Identity Platform adds additional layers of security protection to information, assets or activities, such as banking transactions, in a way that optimizes user experience whilst creating even more peace of mind for businesses and customers. As a result of this integration our two organizations have created a very effective working relationship which we are already using to deliver solutions to our joint customers. We look forward to building further successes together."Lasse Andresen, CTO and cofounder at ForgeRock, said: "We're always enthusiastic to work with innovators such as Callsign in order to provide our customers with access to the latest cutting-edge technologies, like Intelligence Driven Authentication. In today's connected world, providing secure end user experiences is best achieved through intelligent user authentication and identity management. Together with Callsign, we'll be able to help customers enhance trust in the digital relationships with their users."