Strong and reliable authentication methods

A range of OpenID Connect compliant authentication methods including username-password, passwordless, multi-factor, biometric, secure tokens, signature, cryptographic keys, hardware security modules are supported.

Use multiple authentication factors to create a robust and secure authentication strategy which meets your business requirements.

Authentication Factors

Grant access to secured resources only after the user successfully completes multi-factor authentication. Moreover, use multi-factor to reset user credentials like login password or PIN.

Knowledge Factors
Knowledge Factors

Authenticate with something the user and only the user knows including name, email, user id, password, birthday, answer to challenge questions, date of birth, address, one-time password.

Possession Factors
Possession Factors

Authenticate with something the user and only the user possesses including government-issued identifiers(driver license, passport, id card), authenticator, bank-issued passbook and credit cards.

Inherence Factors
Inherence Factors

Authenticate with something the user and only the user is - using a diverse set of user biometrics (fingerprint, eye iris, voice, face, typing dynamics), device and browser fingerprints, geo-location and internet IP.

Protect your users from identity theft, identity frauds, data breaches by utilizing machine-learning powered credential intelligence.

Authentication Intelligence

Protect user authentication credentials against guessing or brute-force attacks by setting configurable rules around password strength, password options, and failed login attempts.

Password Policy
Password Policy

Set password policy as a function of password length, complexity, and entropy. Increase password complexity by requiring a password with case-sensitive, alphanumeric and special characters.

Password Options
Password Options

Further, safeguard user credentials by utilizing password dictionaries, breached password database lookups, personal information to disallow compromised or easily guessable credentials.

Anomaly Detection
Anomaly Detection

Track failed authentication attempts and detect anomalies using various data points such as geo-location, IP address, browser fingerprint and trigger desirable actions like temporary account block.

Set password policies

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Standards and Compliance

OAuth2OpenID