SecureAuth’s platform leverages more than a traditional, standards-based approach to authentication and MFA: it leverages behavioral modeling that goes beyond meeting core PCI DSS compliance requirements or any other common standard.
PCI DSS 4.0
The latest PCI DSS 4.0 standard was issued in March 2022. One of the goals is to have security as a continuous process, which provides an opportunity to implement authentication with a more risk-based approach. Rather than the traditional 7 characters with an alpha-numeric, you can enable strong authentication, with passwordless MFA and continuous authentication. Read more about the latest standard here.
Staying Ahead of the PCI Compliance Curve
SecureAuth’s PCI Compliance approach is ahead of current standards to provide ongoing continuous awareness of data access.
This offers many additional security, functionality and usability benefits, some of which meet additional requirements, and many that are not even part of a standard.
Types of Data the PCI Compliance Standard Protects
- Intellectual Property (IP)
- Classified Information
- Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
- Protected Health Information (PHI)
Some highlights of SecureAuth’s authentication approach that go beyond the standard:
With no passwords, attackers have reduced options to attack your organization’s environment.
With continuous monitoring of identity in real-time and behavioral AI, your threats are reviewed and actions taken at run time to prevent the threat from becoming a breach.
The ability to use risk to define your policy orchestration creates a dynamic approach to authentication and enables continuous automated enforcement.