It has become crucial for organizations to ensure that sensitive data is only accessible to the intended people. However, asking your users to verify their identity with a username and password is no longer secure enough. Passwords are too vulnerable, too easy to hack.
Adding extra layers of protection
With Safewhere you can easily set up multi-factor authentication, adding one or more extra layers of protection on top of the users’ usernames and passwords. Depending of the level of security needed multi-factor authentication requires your users to provide at least two forms of authentication in order to verify their identity and access sensitive data.
Support for any authentication method
Safewhere supports multi-factor authentication via a range of easy verification options, such as social logins, SMS or email one-time passwords, national eIDs etc. Identify also supports integrations to a number of popular two-factor authentication services such as YubiKey and Twilio. > Explore all supported logins
Balancing user experience and security
Multi-factor authentication helps safeguard access to your data and applications without compromising the user experience by making the authentication process too time-consuming and complex.
If you wish to further improve the user experience and access security you can implement adaptive authentication, that allows you to automatically enforce different levels of authentication security for different users, depending on context factors such as device, location etc. > Read more about adaptive authentication