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SecurICE
Starling Two Factor Authentication
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Overview
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.

With Starling Two-Factor Authentication, a SaaS-based solution, you can secure your organization and keep users productive. It solves the password problem without the capital costs or increased infrastructure management often incurred with traditional on-premises solutions.

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SecurEnvoy SecurICE is ranked 33rd in Authentication Systems while Starling Two-Factor Authentication is ranked 47th in Authentication Systems. SecurEnvoy SecurICE is rated 0.0, while Starling Two-Factor Authentication is rated 0.0. On the other hand, SecurEnvoy SecurICE is most compared with , whereas Starling Two-Factor Authentication is most compared with .

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