SecureAuth

SecureAuth

The acceleration of digital transformation initiatives as a result of COVID-19 has created a lasting impact on how businesses empower their workforce and engage customers. This creates challenges for global enterprises in navigating privacy and security and puts identity security at the forefront in this shift to a new, flexible work model and digital-first customer engagement.
 
We’re excited to announce the newest release of SecureAuth, available today, to help organizations around the world address these challenges. Some of the new capabilities include:

  • SecureAuth Identity Store – An industry-first, privacy-focused cloud directory to help companies secure personally identifiable information (PII) of all non-workforce and customer identities 
  • ‘Questionnaire as a Factor' - The ability to rapidly collect critical HR and employee safety information (such as Covid-19 contact tracing) at the point of login
  • Mobile SDK - The ability for brands to deploy in-app adaptive multifactor authentication (MFA) to employees, partners or customers with no business disruption 
  • “As our customers transition to a new workforce environment, they are challenged with securing data, apps and systems,” said Mark Miller, vice president, South Central at Kudelski Security, a SecureAuth channel partner. “SecureAuth’s new Identity Store addresses the need of today’s identity ecosystem.”

“Identity and data management is critical in the business world,” said Todd Weber, chief technology officer for Optiv. “If anything, the post-pandemic landscape is further driving the need for enterprises to protect workforce identities in new ways, like SecureAuth’s Identity Store. Built-in privacy control functionality is an important element of any holistic cybersecurity program.”


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