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NoPass Employee MFA

By: Identite Latest Version: 1.1.1

Product Overview

With the increase in phishing and other identity attacks in our day and age, authentication that requires a username and password (e.g. RADIUS) can be potentially at risk. Sophisticated social engineering schemes and clever tactics can fool even the savviest of users. In order to combat this and protect your organization's mission-critical assets, NoPass has introduced its MFA solution, a light feature that enhances the overall security and is adaptable with the leading authentication protocols that are in the market.

Protect against unauthorized access to critical corporate data while cutting management time and costs for your business. Instead of manually entering a time-based code, the user simply presses a button and is automatically signed in. NoPass Employee MFA utilizes smartphones and does not require the purchase of additional hardware authentication devices for each user. It also does not use SMS, which can also be costly.

The NoPass Employee MFA, Full Duplex Authentication™ process follows a decentralized authentication model. This lets us work together with any kind of traditional user authentication technology, such as PIN, OTP, PKI, and Biometrics. NoPass Employee MFA has a flexible architecture to easily integrate with any User Authentication solution in addition to providing the ability to connect to one SSO provider. By combining public-key encryption with fast OTP authentication, It's fast and secure.

NoPass Employee MFA now contains the NoPass SDK and Windows Unlock. NoPass SDK is a software developer kit that allows you to build the NoPass 3-factor authentication into your existing mobile applications. With our SDK you keep the user from having to install an additional app on their smartphone that performs authentication. The NoPass Authentication client for Windows provides the same multi-factor as the mobile application. In addition, native hardware tokens such as Yubikey, and other third-party devices are supported by the windows client.




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