Unfortunately, we live in a world today where attackers are increasingly figuring out ways around traditional authentication methods, putting organizations at risk. To proactively address this challenge, organizations are turning to adaptive authentication or risk-based authentication for answers.
Adaptive authentication provides additional security without impacting usability. That’s because risk checks automatically take place without users even being aware. Multi-factor authentication is only required if risks are detected.
SecureAuth IdP analyzes multiple factors of your authentication request – device, location, IP address, behavior, and account – to determine the legitimacy of every login attempt, thwart attacks in process, and prevent your organization from becoming the next breach headline.
Because adaptive authentication works in the background, your users don’t even know it is taking place, minimizing interruptions and ensuring broad adoption.
In 2017, SecureAuth processed over 617 million authentications. Because of adaptive authentication risk checks, 90% did not need an additional multi-factor authentication step, thereby significantly improving user experience.
Access requests are evaluated against the industry’s most advanced risk checks – device, location, IP address, behavior, account type, and many more. With SecureAuth, you can be confident that only authorized users receive access.
Control access based on risk appetite and tolerance – deny, require a password reset, require additional authentication – you decide.
Attackers are evolving and figuring out ways to bypass traditional two-factor authentication, learn how you can leverage adaptive authentication to proactively protect your organization.
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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