Compare One Identity Defender vs. Pindrop Passport

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35th
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52nd
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37
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Defender enhances security by requiring two-factor authentication to gain access to your network resources. Defender uses your current identity store within Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to enable two-factor authentication.

Pindrop Passport evaluates call center interactions in real-time to passively authenticate legitimate customers. Passport runs in the background of every call, combining patented Phoneprinting technology with proprietary Deep Voice biometrics to determine if a caller has the right device, voice, and behavior to access an account.

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Bakersfield Police Department, Village of Westmont, Illinois
Lloyds Banking Group
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One Identity Defender is ranked 35th in Authentication Systems while Pindrop Passport is ranked 52nd in Authentication Systems. One Identity Defender is rated 0.0, while Pindrop Passport is rated 0.0. On the other hand, One Identity Defender is most compared with , whereas Pindrop Passport is most compared with .

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