Easy to use, easy to deploy
Start with an easy-to-use, easy-to-deploy on-premises multi-factor authentication (MFA) solution, then, if and when it makes sense, migrate to the cloud with Identity as a Service. Seamless integration between the two ensures a frictionless experience while benefitting from three extra authentication options: device fingerprint, mobile push, and grid cards.
51视频 Identity Essentials Benefits
Secure and enable your company´s digital business with one solution, one license
Limit user friction with adaptive authentication and self-service password resets
Provision different authentication methods for different users and requirements
Best-in-class MFA for added assurance
Increase availability with secure device provisioning
Get synchronized with seamless Microsoft integration
With Identity Essentials, clients get started with an easy-to-use, easy-to-deploy on-premises MFA solution and can migrate to the cloud with Identity as a Service over time, if and when it makes sense.
With a broad range of supported authenticators, match the asset being accessed, the device being used, and the user's technical ability to the authenticators selected.
Protect unauthorized devices from accessing user’s email without requiring MDM integration
Added contextual level of authentication applied based on specific policies including geolocation, geofencing and login behavior
Implements, manages, and scales easily with mobile SDK and cloud migration options
An out-of-the-box MFA solution that can be installed in less than five minutes with no disruption to users
Keep your options open: seamless integration to Identity as a Service
Customer Success Stories
As one of the UK’s leading public and regulated services providers, Amey operates over 320 contracts, providing services such as utilities, highways, waste management, rail and facilities management.
Capsticks is the leading national healthcare law firm and also has unrivalled expertise within the social care and social housing sectors. The firm has its head office in London and regional offices in Birmingham, Leeds and Winchester.