Get a Seamless and Secure Authentication Experience
Multi-Factor Authentication Features
Each additional factor is intended to increase confidence that an entity involved in a communication or requesting access to a system is who – or what – it claims to be.
Password Manager Integration
Enable a secure password reset mechanism through multi-factor authentication.
Replace static passwords, reduce risk and secure organizational assets with biometric authentication factors such as Face ID or Touch ID.
Hard Token Authentication
Protect your digital world and stop account takeover attacks by authenticating end users using a physical device such as YubiKey by Yubico.
Enable user authentication using push notifications on mobile devices.
Diverse Detection Criteria
Trigger authentication based on user’s location, network, device, browser etc.
Reporting and Analytics
Get actionable data to help you optimize your strategies and improve your user experience.
Twilio, Google, or the Microsoft Authenticator serves as an additional way of securing users' accounts.
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Multiple Authentication Factors
Traditional user ID and password logins have a major drawback - they are vulnerable to brute force attacks and can be easily stolen by third parties, making them unreliable. However, by using MFA factors, your organization can have increased confidence in its security measures against cybercriminals.
Types of Authentication Factors
- Security Questions
- Email OTP
- Phone OTP
- Google Authenticator
- Mobile Push
- Microsoft Authenticator
- Face ID/ Touch ID
- Duo MFA
- Role-Based Authentication
- Password Manager Integration
- Multiple Authentication Factors
- Diverse Detection Criteria (Location, Browser, Device)