With 100 million users, Office 365 is the world’s most popular enterprise cloud service. But this popularity makes it a prime target for cyber criminals. With credential-related breaches on the rise, password-based authentication and even 2FA is not enough to protect from increasingly sophisticated attacks. How secure is your O365?
SECUREAUTH ADAPTIVE AUTHENTICATION FOR OFFICE 365
The most complete identity protection for the world’s most used cloud application:
Adaptive Authentication (risk-based authentication) that only challenges users when risk detected
Identity-based threat detection to block attackers and speed remediation
Strong authentication with over 25+ different multi-factor authentication options
Federation support for all client types including mobile, thick app, browsers
Flexible authentication workflows for different users and groups of users
Interoperability with other technology investments
With advanced adaptive authentication and risk analysis capabilities, SecureAuth lets you streamline access to O365 while protecting sensitive data from credential-based attacks. Let Jeff show you how!
RISK-BASED AUTHENTICATION: STRONGER SECURITY + BETTER USER EXPERIENCE
Only SecureAuth Adaptive Authentication combines multi-factor authentication with risk-analysis — including threat detection, IP reputation and web address lookup — offering multiple layers of protection no matter how users access their apps. Pre-authentication risk checks are done behind the scenes. Users are only prompted for a second factor if there is a risk present.
With Adaptive Authentication, Single Sign-On (SSO) and User Self-service tools, SecureAuth is complete identity access management for Office 365.
Steel manufacturer ESCO was migrating to Office 365 and needed a way to ensure security of their data once in the cloud. ESCO already used SecureAuth to secure VPN access and expanded SecureAuth to protect access to O365. Users love the streamlined login experience that doesn’t require multi-factor authentication if logging in from a trusted location or device. Sean’s team appreciated the increased security and reduction in helpdesk calls:
"SecureAuth provided us a better security model than just moving up to the cloud with a user name and password. The ability for us to utilize the enhanced functionality of SecureAuth in order to provide a better user experience in terms ways to authenticate, ways to fingerprint someone, was an easy justification when we talked about how to secure that data considering it was our intellectual property”
- Sean Ventura, Manager IT Systems Infrastructure & Security, ESCO