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Overview

Once users have access to a portal or applications, it is important to identify that the same users are returning in order to maintain security of the system and guard against account take-over, data loss and theft. Multifactor authentication is a simple yet secure way of knowing who is using your applications and ensuring that they are exactly who you expect them to be.

Our strong, multi-factor authentication product offers a range of layered, secure authentication methods in a single integrated platform. It delivers secure one-time passcodes via multiple vectors:

SMS (text messages)

Mobile app

Voice message (IVR)

Hard token

Out-of-band delivery of quickly expiring, one-time passcodes confirms that the person possessing the passcode is the one attempting to access your systems. Multiple authentication vectors ensure high-level security with user-required flexibility and usability.

If a biometric method is required or desired, two-factor authentication can also be done through voice biometrics – a secure, software-based method that doesn't require special hardware or detailed training.

Progressive authentication is our term for the best practice we pioneered—using an integrated set of tools and processes for situation-based authentication of known users seeking access to secure networks, data, and applications.

Based on your policy decisions, our solution will trigger authentication challenges at login or when suspicious transactions, unknown or risky devices, or out-of-norm behavior is recognized. These security authentication parameters can be customized in real-time for users both inside and outside your organization, progressively presenting authentication challenges based upon the latest threat assessment.

RSA Authentication Manager is the platform behind RSA SecurID that allows for centralized management of the RSA SecurID environment including authentication methods, users, applications, and agents across multiple physical sites. It verifies authentication requests and centrally administers authentication policies for organizations' end users.
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Sample Customers
Cinemark, City of Phoenix, RehabCare, PepsiAmericas, ServiceMaster, Exelon Corporation, Stein Mart
Tiera, Fred Loya, BRE Leasing, ADP, BlueFort Security, New Hanover County
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Computer Software Company35%
Comms Service Provider14%
Government8%
Financial Services Firm5%
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Anakam.TFA is ranked 36th in Authentication Systems while RSA Authentication Manager is ranked 9th in Authentication Systems. Anakam.TFA is rated 0.0, while RSA Authentication Manager is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Anakam.TFA is most compared with , whereas RSA Authentication Manager is most compared with Duo Security, SafeNet Authentication Manager, Entrust IdentityGuard, Fortinet FortiAuthenticator and Microsoft Authenticator.

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