Multi-Factor Authentication Exponentially Stronger Security with a Layered Approach
Not All Identities and Risks are Created Equal
Identity Security with Confidence
Utilize analytics to deliver a frictionless experience for users with adaptive 2FA / multi-factor login workflows that deliver step-up or step-down authentication.
Delight Users with Least Disruptive MFA Options
Offer the least disruptive MFA for users on mobile or desktop devices with MFA factors suitable for touch screens and smartphones, such as Touch ID or WebAuthn.
Using SecureAuth’s access management solution, we were able to provide a unified multi-factor authentication across all our applications and use cases while delivering a secure and seamless user experience for our 25,000 global users
INFORMATION SECURITY ARCHITECT
Enrich the User Experience Securely
Go with Passwordless to Improve User Experience
Go passwordless — Replace passwords with one or several MFA steps resulting in much stronger security and more convenience for the user.
Use modern MFA factors such as WebAuthn (Touch ID, Windows Hello, Fingerprint ID, YubiKey) or mobile authenticator apps such as SecureAuth Authenticate with push notifications and Symbol-to-Accept.
Prevent MFA Auto-Accept with Symbol-to-Accept
Users far too often “auto-accept” push notifications to quickly remove them from their screens enabling bad actors to easily compromise their credentials.
SecureAuth Authenticate’s unique Symbol-to-Accept verification negates this by requiring a user to choose among options and select the correct symbol that corresponds to the image shown on their device screen.
Deploy Dynamic Workflows with Smart MFA
Through adaptive workflows combine MFA with login risk analysis to step-up or step down multi-factor authentication based on your risk threshold for each resource, providing the perfect balance of security, efficiency and convenience.
Moving Beyond Two-Factor Authentication
Two-factor authentication is simply not adequate to protect you against today’s emerging threats. Best practices calls for additional layers of identity security to protect access
Like most organizations, we were facing the growing challenge of account takeover activity targeted towards our employees. We had a need to secure employee identity without introducing additional friction to the business user experience. SecureAuth allowed us to add much needed security to our organization, and not only did it prevent unnecessary user friction points but in many cases it reduced them.