SecureAuth Named a Leader in KuppingerCole Leadership Compass Report for Customer Identity and Access Management

Control Credential Risk at the Endpoint

Strong authentication provides the most effective protection when it is enforced everywhere. Unfortunately, many multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions stop at protecting applications and network devices. SecureAuth Login for Windows and SecureAuth Login for Mac ensure that your organization is protected from unique risks faced at the login prompt of your servers, desktops, and laptops.

Ensure Ease of Use
Frictionless User Experience

Protecting Servers

SecureAuth Login for Windows ensures that the users accessing your systems via terminal services are who they say they are.

  • Enforce MFA for privileged users like administrators
  • Risk-based authentication changes the level of authentication to match the level of risk (High risk=denial; Low risk=no MFA)
  • Define granular policies to step up authentication or minimize friction based on specific scenarios

Protecting Desktops & Laptops

Guarding against local threats for Windows and Mac systems

  • Reduce risk of unattended machines being accessed by an unauthorized insider
  • Help enforce use of correct identities in multi-user environments
  • Require extra authentication to protect in “evil maid” scenarios
  • Block use of systems in high risk / hostile geographies or environments
Passwordless Authentication Reduce the Risk of Compromise

Highlights Control Credential Risk at the Endpoint

  • Rich set of MFA methods including Push-to-Accept, Yubikey, SMS, Voice, and Email
  • Adaptive Authentication support in Windows; coming soon for Mac
  • IP- and Geo-based adaptive authentication layers trigger on connecting system IP for servers and endpoint IP for laptops and desktops
  • Self-service password reset from the login prompt in Windows; coming soon for Mac
  • Validated with FIPS 140-2 compliant cryptographic libraries
  • Offline support for disconnected systems (must have connectivity for initial setup)
  • Bypass Group to allows Adaptive MFA to be disabled for specific users
Enhance Your Two-Factor Authentication with Contextual Risk Checks

The Solution

  • Push-to-Accept Notification: Push-to-Accept on SecureAuth Authenticate for iOS/Android
  • Passcode Notification: Passcode sent to SecureAuth Authenticate for iOS/Android
  • Passcode from SMS/Text: Passcode sent via SMS/text
  • Passcode from Voice Call: Passcode received in call to phone
  • Passcode from Email: Passcode sent to email
  • Timed Passcode: OATH OTP from SecureAuth Authenticate
  • YubiKey Series 4 & 5 support (OTP, TOTP, & HOTP only)
  • Symbol-to-Accept Notification: Select the correct symbol displaying on both phone & PC
  • Security Questions: Knowledge-based questions and answers

About SecureAuth

SecureAuth is an identity security company that enables the most secure and flexible authentication experience for employees, partners and customers. Delivered as a service and deployed across cloud, hybrid and on-premises environments, SecureAuth manages and protects access to applications, systems and data at scale, anywhere in the world. The company provides the tools to build identity security into new and existing applications and workflows without impacting user experience or engagement, resulting in increased productivity and reduced risk.

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