Switch to Passwordless Authentication
Reduce IT and Help Desk Costs
Delight Users with Passwordless Login
Modern factors like biometrics-based FIDO2 WebAuthn (Touch ID or Face ID) are favorites for users for their simplicity, familiarity and login speed
Keep Password Risk Low
Utilize high-assurance factors like TOTP, YubiKey or WebAuthn instead of low-assurance passwords
Lower Cost of Ownership
With zero password reset problems, users will save your help desk time
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.
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Simplify Password Management.
Get Rid of It.
Eliminate Password Management
Remove the burden of managing password expiration and password complexity policies
Block Attacks Against IAM System
Eliminate brute-force attacks against your IAM and defend your organization from credential stuffing, stolen credentials, compromised credentials or password spray methods
Block Attacks Against Users
Remove the risk of social engineering attacks like phishing or spear phishing targeted against your high-value users
Go Passwordless in 21 Days
Leverage a 4-phased approach to successfully implement passwordless workflows for your organization and users in 21 days
Give Your Users Better Login Options
Offer Better Alternatives to Passwords
Choose from 20+ passwordless login methods offered by SecureAuth to build 100+ login workflows
Improve the User Experience
Help users intelligently validate each passwordless login with SecureAuth Authenticate contextual data
Choose Biometrics Over Passwords
Leverage built-in fingerprint readers and webcams in laptops and smartphones to provide true passwordless experience
Going Passwordless Fast and Effectively with MFA
Compromised passwords are by far the most common attack vector used by bad actors. In fact, compromised passwords and credentials are found to be the primary entry point in 81% of reported data breaches. The “password” as we know it is no longer a secure solution to protect data, privacy, and the enterprise. They are a nuisance for users and their continued use by the enterprise increases helpdesk costs.
There is a better way…The time has come to say farewell to the password.
Finding Out Who’s Really on the Other End of that Password
Watch the webinar to learn how to identify the steps to Zero Trust and the evolution to Passwordless – reliable identity is the key to security