Identity security aligned to your industry

SecureAuth has earned the trust of clients across diverse verticals where identity security is mission-critical

Every industry is unique, and when it comes to security, some industries have more acute requirements than others. The need to protect sensitive data in the face of growing compliance concerns, massive complexity, evolving attack vectors and methods, and mounting pressure to not be "the next headline" is enormous. SecureAuth understands the digital transformation challenges faced by organizations and provides unique and adaptable identity security solutions to address them.

With a strong customer base in healthcare, public sector, financial services, retail, higher education, and energy and utilities you can rest assured that SecureAuth has you covered. Select an industry to dig in and learn more.

Success Across Industries

"[SecureAuth] worked with not only our main Citrix-based application, but all other types of different applications, from VPN to web reverse proxy to cloud-based SaaS apps. It was a home run in every category"

Michaels

Michaels

SecureAuth IdP has revolutionized how we secure employee credentials, saving our organization time, money, and allowing me to sleep at night knowing our apps and data are safe.

- Jim McGuin, Senior IT Manager

Michaels

SecureAuth IdP has revolutionized how we secure employee credentials, saving our organization time, money, and allowing me to sleep at night knowing our apps and data are safe.

- Jim McGuin, Senior IT Manager

Starbucks

Starbucks

SecureAuth is used to protect sensitive data both internally and externally to our network. SecureAuth is also leveraged to protect systems/applications used around the world by both our corporate and retail employees.

Michael DeLay, IT Manager

Starbucks

SecureAuth is used to protect sensitive data both internally and externally to our network. SecureAuth is also leveraged to protect systems/applications used around the world by both our corporate and retail employees.

Michael DeLay, IT Manager