Secure your organization and keep your users productive. Starling Two-Factor Authentication, a SaaS-based solution, solves the password problem without the capital costs or increased infrastructure management that you might incur with traditional on-premises solutions. With an easy to use dashboard for administrators and flexible authentication options for end users, Starling Two-Factor Authentication enables organizations to quickly and easily verify a user’s identity.
The role-based administrator dashboard with approval workflow ensures that administrators and helpdesk associates receive the appropriate tasks/rights while making it easy for them to manage end-user accounts, generate temporary response codes, and run health checks to verify the mobile app is working correctly.
Users can generate one-time passwords with the Starling 2FA apps for iOS, Android, and Chrome or receive a one-time password via SMS or phone call.
Make two-factor authentication even easier for your users: They can skip the one-time password by choosing to push-to-authenticate after entering their username and password into an application. This will send a SMS verification to their mobile app asking if they approve or deny the logon request to the application. Once approved, they will be automatically logged into the application.
Through the dashboard, administrators can easily customize the look of the token on the mobile app to match company branding.
Enables organizations to implement two-factor authentication to applications that use Microsoft WS-Federation protocol, such as Office 365. Plus, it is compatible with other federation protocols, including SAML 2.0 to support logons for cloud apps like Google Apps and salesforce.com.
Enables organizations to support two-factor authentication on anything that uses the radius protocol for authentication.
How to decide if IAM as a Service is right for your organization
This technical brief walks you through a solution that helps secure your organization with two-factor authentication without alienating your user community.
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