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Overview

Microsoft Authenticator is a multifactor app for mobile devices that gives employees easy, secure access to online accounts, providing multi-factor authentication for an extra layer of security.

Passwords can be forgotten, stolen, or compromised. With Authenticator, your phone provides an extra layer of security on top of your PIN or fingerprint.

Protect all of your accounts with two-step verification. The app also helps you secure all of your online accounts by using the industry standard time-based OTP (one-time password) codes.

SecurIce provides clients with the ability to turn on robust, multi-factor authentication for users in the event of an emergency. The user’s existing standard password is the first factor, and a passcode sent to the user’s mobile phone is the second. There is no need for the user to enrol and remember an additional PIN, and no need for extra tokens or smartcards - the ideal, emergency two-factor authentication system.
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Insight Enterprises, South Wales Police, Gwent Police, and Dyfed-Powys, Integrit, Turkiye Finans, Winnebago Industries, Globosat Programadora Ltda
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Microsoft Authenticator is ranked 4th in Authentication Systems with 1 review while SecurEnvoy SecurICE is ranked 38th in Authentication Systems. Microsoft Authenticator is rated 9.0, while SecurEnvoy SecurICE is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft Authenticator writes "Stable, easy to set up, and useful for people who travel a lot". On the other hand, Microsoft Authenticator is most compared with Duo Security, Fortinet FortiToken, RSA Authentication Manager, Symantec VIP Access Manager and ESET Secure Authentication, whereas SecurEnvoy SecurICE is most compared with .

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