Reinforced Multi-factor Authentication

Strong authentication is an identification procedure requiring the use of at least two distinct authentication factors, usually credentials (username/password) combined with the use of a PIN code sent by SMS for example.
But strong authentication does nothing to protect if these two factors have been compromised!

Reinforced Strong Authentication in practice

As part of enhanced authentication, the user starts by typing  the username and password to access to the session or application.
Thanks to the integration of Neomia Pulse, it is possible to certify that the credentials are typed by the correct user. This is frictionless for the user because Pulse works in a completely transparent way.

Neomia Pulse allow organizations to detect account theft in real time as soon as the credentials are typed, by analyzing the behavior of the user (in comparison with known behavioral DNA).


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