Next Generation Password-Free Multi-Factor Authentication and Client Identity by idenprotect
2FA v MFA – What’s the Difference?
2FA uses two factors of authentication. MFA requires a combination of multiple authentication factors. The rule of thumb is that the more factors that are added to an authentication process, the more assurance can be gained that the person is who they say they are, therefore increasing security. However, obtaining additional factors can have an impact on usability.
What are Authentication Factors?
Authentication Factors are the bits of data that a human or device can provide in order to validate their identity to a computer or application. There are several factors that can be provided for authentication and can be added together to provide better proof of who the user is.
The Knowledge Factor
The Location Factor
The Possession Factor
The Inherence Factor
The Time Factor
Password-Free MFA for Everyone
Quick and Simple
Different Authentication Methods
Enhanced Zero-Trust Security
Security that Works for You
What idenprotect can do for you
Prevent credential compromise by eliminating passwords
Over 80% of data breaches are a result of compromised passwords. idenprotect’s advanced public-key cryptography and decentralized security model replaces password-based authentication, therefore reducing risk.
Provide a simple and seamless user experience for all users
Free up your user’s time to work on more important things once they no longer have to face the frustrations and complexities of logging into multiple applications with multiple passwords on
a daily basis.
Securely validate all user identities to prevent unauthorised access
Using real-time smart intelligence to build a deeper context of who the user is, the device they are using, where they are located at time of access and any changes in their immediate environment that may pose a security risk.