|By Marketwired .||
|February 24, 2014 08:05 AM EST||
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/24/14 -- SecureAuth, a leading provider of 2-Factor Access Control, today unveils SecureAuth 2-Factor as a Service (2Faas) -- a cloud-based authentication 2.0 solution that requires no hardware but keeps all user information on-premises, ensuring that personally identifiable information (PII) is stored in corporate directories and not vulnerable to hacks. The inclusion of Device Fingerprinting capabilities in SecureAuth 2FaaS enables low-friction authentication for end-users on desktop or mobile devices for cloud, web, and mobile resources.
SecureAuth 2FaaS provides flexible and secure authentication cost-effectively, being offered at $2/user plus a $2,500 one-time setup fee.
"With 2FaaS, organizations can abandon their on-premises hardware and servers, embrace BYOD, and implement confident security into their corporate resources without ever storing user information or passwords in the cloud," said Garret Grajek, Chief Technology Officer at SecureAuth. "End-users love Device Fingerprinting. It registers devices via two-factor, maps the fingerprint to the user directory, and employs that recognition for subsequent authentication. 2FaaS deploys right into an application without requiring identity provisioning, which ensures the security of your data and the preservation of your infrastructure."
Exhibiting at the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, SecureAuth will also demonstrate its award-winning SecureAuth IdP identity and access management solution for mobile apps, Google ChromeBooks, Amazon Web Services, and CAC cards.
NOTE TO REPORTERS: Media wanting to schedule an interview/demo with SecureAuth at the RSA Conference, Feb. 24-28, (booth 315) can contact Gina Ray at: [email protected]
For the latest insight on enterprise security, follow the SecureAuth Blog, @SecureAuth on Twitter, or visit www.secureauth.com for additional information.
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