Strong Layered Security Model of SecureAuth
Focus on Multi-Factor Authentication Adoption
Never limit the MFA options that you offer to each user. Focus on adoption. Your employee may prefer a different MFA option than your customer. Review each of the SecureAuth 20+ MFA methods for fit. Offer not one but several stronger MFA choices for SSO to high-risk apps.
Combine Two-Factor Authentication with Contextual Risk Checks
Use SecureAuth to layer strong adaptive authentication to your portals and login flows. Evaluate login risk and profile risk information for each authentication attempt and trigger the right adaptive authentication flow with appropriate MFA choices.
Multi-Factor Authentication for Every User Directory
Add SecureAuth MFA to existing directories like Active Directory, Azure AD, SQL and others to provide 2FA/MFA choice to your users and safeguard your security profile and IAM program.
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