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AccessMatrix™ Universal Authentication Server (UAS), is a comprehensive and versatile authentication server that enable organizations to centralize all its authentication schemes in a single unified platform. It is a future-proof authentication infrastructure that supports multiple authentication mechanisms (such as passwords, OTP, biometrics) for strong authentication and authorization requirements.

UAS offers the freedom for organizations to deploy various authentication methods from different vendors under one platform, and manage it as a holistic security approach. This means organizations will not be restricted or locked to a specific hardware or software authentication solution. The use of Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) approach also allows organizations to have ease of adding new methods when available on top of their existing scheme.

RSA Adaptive Authentication is a risk-based two-factor authentication solution providing cost-effective protection for an entire user base. Adaptive Authentication secures online portals, SSL VPNs, and web access management portals for different types of organizations in the healthcare, insurance, enterprise, government, financial services, and other industries. Based on the transparent two-factor authentication technology, Adaptive Authentication works behind the scenes to authenticate end users and transactions based on individual end user and device profiles. In addition, Adaptive Authentication uses the RSA Risk Engine to estimate the level of risk for the specific activity and uses information collected from the RSAeFraudNetwork (a cross-organization, cross-application, cross-border online fraud network) to identify fraudulent activities. The Policy Manager determines what actions must be performed, depending on the risk score and other parameters.
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AmBank Group, Cathay United Bank
ADP, Ameritas, Partners Healthcare
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Computer Software Company32%
Financial Services Firm31%
Comms Service Provider12%
Media Company6%
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Midsize Enterprise14%
Large Enterprise86%
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i-Sprint AccessMatrix Universal Authentication Server is ranked 57th in Authentication Systems while RSA Adaptive Authentication is ranked 16th in Authentication Systems. i-Sprint AccessMatrix Universal Authentication Server is rated 0.0, while RSA Adaptive Authentication is rated 0.0. On the other hand, i-Sprint AccessMatrix Universal Authentication Server is most compared with , whereas RSA Adaptive Authentication is most compared with RSA Authentication Manager, ThreatMetrix, IBM Trusteer, Fortinet FortiAuthenticator and Duo Security.

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