Time to Eliminate Passwords
One step closer to a passwordless future
The user's mobile device receives a notification from QuickLaunch, where they can tap the prompt to authenticate.
Twilio, Google, or the Microsoft Authenticator serves as an additional way of securing users' accounts.
Users will receive a confirmation code in their inbox that needs to be entered for authentication.
Users receive a confirmation code on their phones, which helps them authenticate.
Users must provide answers to the security questions in order to successfully authenticate.
By enabling the ease of preferred authentication factors, you can give your users the freedom to select their login factor.
Protect your digital world and stop account takeover attacks by authenticating end users using a physical device such as YubiKey by Yubico..
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"We have greatly improved the user experience for everyone trying to find and utilize the many application services available at Illinois College. We have also saved a significant amount of budget and time with password reset, allowing our users to reset their own passwords 24/7, rather than having to wait for the service desk to be open. Accounts are better secured now that they are tied to SSO and forced to comply with our AD password policy, and with MFA we look to provide even better security."
Chief Information Officer
"After years of managing a home-grown solution and attempts with other 3rd party tools, Colorado Christian University selected QuickLaunch to help manage digital identities for students, staff, and faculty. We have been able to improve the end-user experience, boost staff productivity, improve institutional security, and reduce technical debt all at an affordable cost. The experience working with QuickLaunch has gone well and we look forward to the next phase of our project.".
Chief Information Officer
Passwordless authentication is crucial to reducing the risks of password-related data breaches and enhancing the overall user experience for applications. In 2021 alone, 80% of basic web application attacks were attributed to the use of stolen credentials, emphasizing the importance of these safeguards. According to a survey, 90% of IT leaders are willing to adopt these solutions due to their security, cost-effectiveness, and ease of use. Below, we’ll dive into the top passwordless authentication methods.
- Improve Security
- Lower long-term costs
- Better user experience
- Compliance with regulatory bodies
- Authentication using Mobile push, Google auth, Microsoft auth, Twilio, Security questions, Email OTP, SMS OTP, and YubiKey.