Authentication Methods and Other Tools
Read the user's biometrical data and confirm their identity more efficiently using multi-factor authentication.
Fast returning user authentication with their already held and trusted e-signatures.
Sign official documents combining our authentication methods with an SMS code.
Set up secure access to video meetings where each participant has to confirm their identity.
Security Beyond Authentication
Beat the Clock
Limit the duration that authentication of users takes with modern and efficient tools, improving user experience.
Reshape your business by taking a step forward to making it more appealing for its users and making the internal procedures more efficient.
Discard username and password-based user authentication methods and opt-in instead to a modern solution that are much harder to crack. Combine convenience with safety.
Ultimate Multi Factor Authentication
Add second-factor authentication checks with biometrics and other data to simply upgrade your userbases' resistance to hacking attempts.
Authenticate Your Client’s Age
Use biometric authentication to detect the user's age without any document or needing to rely on e-signature authentication. Our solutions adapt to your needs to create compliant and convenient authentication methods for your users.
Identity and Access Management for Online Meetings
Introduce a high-grade authentication mechanism before allowing users into your video meetings. After performing a short identity verification check, the user is allowed into the meeting, making it a genuinely confidential means of remote communication.
Currently, with returning user verification the false acceptance rate is 1 in 12,800,000 while the false rejection rate is less than 1%.
The best authentication method depends on your company's needs. However, one authentication method that stands out above all else is multi-factor authentication (MFA), also known as two-factor authentication (2FA). Still, when deciding the best method for your business, it's important to look at risk-based authentication: how much risk does authorization and authentication for your product bring and what are the needs of your customers.
Authentication can be classified into three groups: something the user knows: a password or PIN; something the user has: an access or bank card; something the user is: biometrics, such as fingerprints or face recognition.
Authentication management tools are systems set up to provide secure access to your data. Biometric authentication, device management, e-signatures - they are all ways to prove access to information should be granted.