Over time legacy and disparate technology become overly expensive to maintain and inadequate to meet organizational needs, with SecureAuth you can consolidate identity and access management solutions to the industry’s most flexible and modern approach.
THE OLD APPROACH
- Requires specialized administrators with specific technology experience, escalating IT administration costs
- User experience suffers when users are presented with different authentication options for different applications
- Using a multitude of solutions requires additional IT support and costs to maintain numerous integrations
- Lack of self-service tools increases help desk staffing needs and costs
ACCESS ALL OF YOURS APPS WITH JUST ONE ACCOUNT
With SecureAuth's Single Sign-on (SSO) capabilities, your users no longer need numerous hard to remember passwords or log in multiple times a day. After SecureAuth's frictionless authentication process, all of their apps will be available at the click of a mouse.
We know working with a wide variety of user identities (employees, partners, customers) presents complexity. SecureAuth allows infinite authentication workflows whether per user, per group of users, or per resource being accessed.
With customizable workflows from SecureAuth, you have the power to tailor the authentication process to your unique needs and requirements.
SELF-MANAGE WITHOUT INVOLVING THE HELP DESK
SecureAuth enables users to reset their own passwords, unlock their own accounts, update personal information, and enroll devices for multi-factor authentication without placing a call to the help desk. Self-service tools from SecureAuth help improve user productivity while reducing help desk costs.
MORE SECURE, EASIER TO USE
Pre-authentication, users are silently scrutinized with multiple risk checks. We check their location, validity of IP address, if using a known and trusted device, if phone-based authentication coming from approved carrier or phone type, how they type, and many more, all behind the scenes. Users are only prompted for a second factor if there is a risk present. That's why we call it Adaptive Authentication; it adapts to the level of risk present.
By using these risk checks we can be 3,000x more secure than two-factor authentication (2FA) alone, and by combining it with our Single Sign-On (SSO) and User Self-service tools, it's the easiest, most secure way to authenticate.
"We are no longer managing users in 35 external and internal applications. Because of SecureAuth, we are able to consolidate."