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High-profile breaches are making headlines weekly, and the number of incidents continues to rise. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) has become the norm to prevent unauthorized users from accessing corporate data with passwords alone. Protect your organization against growing attacks with policy-based access control for sign-in and password reset based on location, application and user privilege level.
In addition to OneLogin's own free one-time password (OTP) app, OneLogin comes pre-integrated with Duo Security, RSA SecurID and many others.
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OneLogin Protect was purpose-built for use with OneLogin and provides a seamless, integrated user experience for multi-factor authentication. Instead of manually entering the time-based code, the user simply presses a button and gets signed in automatically. OneLogin Protect is available on iOS and Android.
SMS authentication is the perfect MFA solution for users without smartphones or access to email: when logging in, particularly with increased risk while working remotely, users can use their phone to receive a one-time password via SMS as an additional authentication factor. SMS authentication can also be used as an additional layer of security for self-service password reset: Instead of contacting the corporate helpdesk, users can use their phone to provide their identity and securely reset their password via OneLogin's web interface.
As a non-technical alternative to SMS and email, security questions can be used as an additional authentication factor for sign-in and password reset. OneLogin comes with dozens of standard questions that are available in all 20+ languages supported.
OneLogin Desktop simplifies SSO and eliminates redundant passwords even further by letting users log into their corporate computer with their corporate password. In addition to combining operating system login and single sign-on (SSO) portal authentication into a single step for true single sign-on, OneLogin Desktop also installs a certificate on the machine, essentially making it a trusted device for more secure corporate login. The digital certificate is leveraged as a factor of authentication that is checked and validated by OneLogin upon login to any cloud application in the browser.