Single-touch authentication via mobile phone for maximum convenience. Works on iOS, Android and Windows 10 mobile devices.
In addition to on-premise applications, ESET Secure Authentication also supports web/cloud services such as Google Apps and Microsoft ADFS 3.0 (including Office 365).
Multiple ways to authenticate
ESET Secure Authentication supports mobile applications, push notifications, hard tokens and SMS for one-time password (OTP) delivery, as well as custom methods.
Users often utilize the same passwords across multiple applications and web services, putting your company at risk.
- Restrict access to company resources by leveraging multi-factor authentication.
- Installing multi-factor authentication reduces the worry associated with shared or stolen passwords by requiring a OTP in addition to a password.
The ESET difference
ESET Secure Authentication uses its own streamlined management console accessible via a web browser. You can opt for integration with Active Directory, which makes setup and configuration quick and easy. Once installed, no additional training or services are required to deploy.
Quick and easy setup
The application was designed so a small business with no IT staff could configure it. Whether a business has five users or 100,000, ESET Secure Authentication keeps set up time to the absolute minimum.
No dedicated hardware required
ESET Secure Authentication includes everything you need. Simply install the 10MB application on any server and start provisioning.
Works with existing smartphones
No need for special tokens or devices for employees. ESET Secure Authentication works with all types of smartphones.
Full SDK and API included
For enterprises or companies that want to do even more with ESET Secure Authentication, we include a full SDK and API that businesses can use to extend functionality to fit your needs.
Lets you authenticate with a single tap, with no need to retype the one-time password. Works with iOS, Android and Windows mobile phones.
Use ESET Secure Authentication to protect:
- Access to your company’s VPN
- Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)
- Additional authentication for desktop login (signing into an operating system)
- Web/cloud services via Microsoft ADFS 3.0, such as Office 365
- Outlook Web App (OWA)
- Microsoft Web Apps
- VMware Horizon View
- RADIUS-based services
- Exchange Control Panel & Exchange Administrator Center
- Cisco ASA
- Citrix Access Gateway
- Citrix NetScaler
- Check Point Software
- Cyberoam, F5 FirePass
- Fortinet FortiGate
- Palo Alto
ESET SECURE AUTHENTICATION
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Related information and system requirements
- Server side:
32&64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, 2016, 2019
- Client side:
iOS (iPhone), Android, Windows 10 Mobile
- Hardware token support: While the solution doesn't require HW tokens to work, it supports all event-based HOTP tokens that are OATH-compliant, as well as FIDO2 and FIDO U2F hardware keys
Achieving compliance and empowering business
Compliance requirements and market pressures demand innovative solutions that deliver confidence, convenience and cost effectiveness. ESET Secure Authentication helps companies address their regulatory and compliance requirements while keeping productivity high.
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