Move beyond basic authentication

Enhance 2FA with risk-based authentication

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Two-factor authentication (2FA) solutions are a vital and foundational part of any identity and access management program. However, cyber attackers are increasingly bypassing 2FA methods, leaving organizations to find other ways to stay one step ahead in preventing unauthorized access.

Adaptive or risk-based authentication provides organizations with multiple additional layers of security that better evaluate users attempting access. Adaptive authentication can even provide a better user experience by not requiring users to take additional steps unless there is a risk present.

Supplementing two-factor authentication

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Employ more MFA options

With nearly 30 different methods, including biometrics, SecureAuth multi-factor authentication (MFA) can accommodate nearly any use case and give you peace of mind.

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Supplement 2FA security

By evaluating device, location, IP address, and behavior, you can discover attackers that use legitimate credentials or attempt to bypass authentication.

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Remove MFA disruptions

Because of the trust established through multiple risk checks, 90% of the time The SecureAuth Identity Platform users do not need to take additional steps unless there is a risk present.

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Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Industrial Networks from Advanced Threats

In a ‘connected’ age when nearly everybody has heard about ‘hacktivist’ groups and cyber threats, organizations still struggle to implement an effective security posture to defend against today’s advanced threats.

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KuppingerCole’s Leadership Compass

KuppingerCole rates SecureAuth one of the highest vendors for adaptive authentication - “As a pure play adaptive authentication product, SecureAuth is one of the most compelling choices.”

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SecureAuth Adaptive Access Control

Passwords and two-factor authentication alone might not be enough to keep cyber attackers away as breaches rose 40% again in 2017. Watch this video to understand how you can better protect access while also improving user experience.

The Death of 2FA and the Birth of Modern Authentication