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SecureAuth Launches 2-Factor as a Service


SecureAuth, a provider of 2-Factor authentication solutions, this week launched SecureAuth 2-Factor as a Service (2FaaS), a cloud-hosted authentication solution.

SecureAuth 2FaaS provides flexible authentication options while maintaining user credentials on-premise, the Irvine, California-based company said.

According to the company, its s technology leverages a “Device Fingerprinting mechanism” that avoids placing a thick client or an insecure cookie on users’ devices, making the solution ideal for enterprise-wide, B2C, and OEM integration.

SecureAuth 2FaaS enables authentication via SMS, telephony, or PUSH notification OTPs, eliminating the need for hard tokens. The solution can be deployed for web applications, including Microsoft OWA, SharePoint, and IBM WebSphere. It can also be integrated with enterprise mobile applications, including Android, Apple and iOS apps.

While the solution is cloud-based, no user information or password credentials are ever stored with SecureAuth or in the cloud, the company said.

A graphical user interface (GUI) console gives administrators a selection of authentication protocols through easy to use dropdown menus and wizard installations, making integration into their applications and deployment easy and fast.


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