You satisfy compliance requirements and policies, and meet industry guidelines.
A means of authentication that is no longer up-to-date or no longer secure can simply be replaced, independently of the application.
Configuring user self-service allows the users to reset forgotten passwords themselves. You save by reducing your costs in IT administration and support.
Multi-factor authentication has no longer been the sole preserve of the banking environment for a long time now, and today in all sectors and use cases it forms the basis for controlled and monitored access to confidential information.
Using multi-factor authentication, financial institutions can offer their customers protection against unauthorised access to their account by other users or cyber-criminals.
In e-government, various stakeholder groups such as citizens, service provider partners and colleagues access what is frequently confidential information over the Internet. USP Secure Entry Server® is the ideal way of authorising each of these user groups.
With the appropriate methods for strong authentication it is possible to provide staff with a simple and secure way of working while on the road. Including dynamic adjustment of the security level depending on the location and the device the colleague is using.
Multi-factor authentication allows efficient and secure collaboration between hospitals and clinics, insurers, registered doctors and laboratories thanks to the protected electronic exchange of patient and health information.