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Strong Customer 

Ensure secure customer login for seamless access to your services.

  Streamline and simplify the login process.

  Build trust with your customers with industry-leading security.

  Gain insights into your customer's preferences and behavior

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Adaptive Athentication

What is Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) Experience?

Customer Authentication Experience refers to the experience that your customers get during the identity verification process for a transaction or interaction with your business. This may involve the use of various methods of authentication, such as passwords, biometric data, or Multi-factor Authentication.

Customer Authentication Experience is important for several reasons:

"Ensuring a positive and secure customer authentication experience is crucial for building trust with your customers, protecting against fraud, and complying with regulations."

Customer Authentication Methods

Standard Authentication

Social Login

Mobile Authentication

Passwordless Authentication

Standard Authentication

This simple method uses login credentials like Usernames/Unique ids and Passwords. Record your customer’s Email ids as Usernames to nurture them in their inbox.

Standard authentication

Social Login

Enable Customers to log in quickly and easily with existing social media credentials using our social login feature, which supports over 40+ social networks and 50+ social sharing networks.

Social Login

Mobile Authentication

Give more flexibility to your Customers by allowing them to use their Mobile numbers as their login credentials to sign in.

Mobile Number Authentication

Passwordless Authentication

Eliminate the problems with weak passwords, stolen passwords, multiple password management with secure passwordless Authentication solutions like Passwordless MFA, PassKeys, etc.

Passwordless Authentication

Customized Authentication

One Click Login

Eliminate your customer’s frustration with the elaborate registration process and remember login credentials every time, instead, allow them to just log in with one click from a link sent to their emails or OTP sent to their mobile phones.

Single-Sign On

Enable your customer's smooth login into different applications with a single set of credentials i.e. SSO. This will save time and make accessing different apps hassle-free for your customers. Design a unique & premium experience for your customers.

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Design a Personalized Strong Customer Authentication Experience

Interface Management

Now get prebuilt & customized web pages for your business:

  • Registration form
  • Log in/Sign in form
  • Forgotten Password form
  • Profile page
On-Premise Identity and Access Management

On-Premise Identity and Access Management

Customer Experience Management

Manage your customer experience by personalizing with your company branding. You can customize web pages and scripts of:

  • Account Login Page
  • Customer Registration Page
  • Password Reset Page
  • & Many More User Facing Pages

SMS & Email Workflow Management

Based on customer engagement level, customize and automate emails & SMSs like:

  • Welcome Message
  • Account Activation
  • Passwords Reset
  • Account Deactivation
  • & Many More
On-Premise Identity and Access Management

Beyond Traditional Protection - Advanced Security Solutions

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Traditional or standard authentication methods using credentials like usernames or passwords are vulnerable but an added authentication factor or Multi-Factor authentication(MFA) methods like OTP sent to mobile devices or a link sent to email ids makes the authentication process more effective.

Adaptive MFA Authentication through configuring IP Restriction

Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication Device Restriction - limit device count

Risk-Based Authentication

Secure your systems in High-risk Scenarios with an advanced form of MFA, called Adaptive MFA or Risk-Based Authentication. In high risk scenarios, admins can easily add an extra security layer by enabling our Adaptive engine which restricts users from accessing resources based on their IP Address, Location, Device, and Time of Access.

Password Management Solution

Provide your customers with easy password management so that they don’t have to remember their passwords every time and go through the hassle of changing passwords or setting secure passwords. This will reduce customers’ frustration with password management and increase customer loyalty.

Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication based on Geo location

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Authentication work?

Authentication is a critical aspect of information security that involves verifying the identity of a user or customer. It is a process that typically involves three components: identification, verification, and validation. The user or customer provides a unique identifier, such as a username or email address, and authentication credentials, such as a password or security token. The system then verifies these credentials against a trusted source, such as a database or directory, to determine if the user is authorized to access the requested resource. Once the authentication process is complete and the user's identity has been verified, they are granted access to the requested resource.

What is the difference between Authentication and Verification?

Authentication is the process of verifying the identity of a user or customer, involving identification, verification, and validation. Verification, on the other hand, is the process of checking a specific characteristic or attribute of a user or customer and it is a part of the authentication process. While authentication establishes identity and authorizes access to a resource, verification only confirms a particular attribute or characteristic.

Can I implement Authentication for Cloud Apps?

Cloud-based applications typically require users to authenticate themselves before they can access the application and its associated resources. There are several ways to implement authentication for cloud-based applications, including using a cloud-based identity provider, such as miniOrange IAM & CIAM. If you want to create a hassle-free authentication experience for your customers who are logging into your cloud apps, it is recommended that you opt for the miniOrange CIAM solution.

What is an example of Authentication?

An example of authentication in the context of Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) is when a customer logs into a retailer's e-commerce website to make a purchase. The customer is asked to provide their email address or username, along with a password or another form of authentication, such as a one-time code sent to their mobile device. The customer's credentials are then verified against a user database or directory managed by the CIAM solution. If the credentials are valid, the customer is authenticated and granted access to their account and the retailer's e-commerce platform. This authentication process ensures that only authorized customers can access their accounts and make purchases, which helps protect against fraudulent activity and enhances the overall security of the e-commerce platform.

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