Needed: A Comprehensive Authentication Platform in the Cloud
Many organizations rely on only one method to protect remote access to their data. However, analysts like Forrester and Gartner are calling for multiple layers to authentication security. Organizations want a single, integrated platform for layered multifactor authentication and identity proofing for remote users. Particularly now, as new breaches are seemingly announced every day, having an out-of-the-box capability to move legacy token holders to innovative and diverse alternative authentication vectors on a trusted system is paramount.
To combine system security and usability, CISO’s are looking for comprehensive array of authentication vectors – including OATH physical and mobile fobs, SMS messages, voice biometrics, and IVR interactions. They are also looking for authentication and proofing systems that are immediately available with both on-premise and cloud-based solutions.
A choice where tokens need to be replaced to ensure security is no choice at all for a cost-conscious organization. Instead, organizations are looking for a solution that fully supports business continuity in emergency situations allowing users to be automatically moved to different authentication channels and allowing for security levels to be heightened internally.
Contact our specialists to talk about a risk-based progressive authentication solutions that allows you to “dial up” security when risks increase and to move users between different NIST level 3 authentication vectors as needed.
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