product & technology

Answers to Your Top 3 Questions About Adaptive Authentication

A little over a month ago, we [released Adaptive Authentication](, our machine learning technology to identify high-risk logins that require multifactor authentication. Since then, we’ve been getting a lot of interest in it — and a lot of questions. So we thought we’d put out a guide to three common questions we get.

May 22nd, 2017  /   Al Sargent   /  product & technology

Introducing OneLogin Adaptive Authentication and Push MFA

Many Multi-factor Authentication tools have a problem: they aren’t very good at measuring the risk of a login attempt. They’ll allow high-risk logins to go through without prompting the user for another factor, such as a one-time password. And they’ll prompt users for MFA even when they are performing a low-risk login attempt. The root cause is that these MFA tools are using simplistic IP whitelisting to incorrectly score risk levels.

April 6th, 2017  /   Al Sargent   /  product & technology

Pets-as-a-Factor Authentication: Secure Access with a Bark, Meow, or Hiss

Today we at OneLogin are thrilled to announce the latest in multi-factor authentication technology: OneLogin Pets - the industry’s first ever Pets-as-a-Factor Authentication (PaaFA) solution. This revolutionary new product allows users to authenticate into mobile devices, laptops, and corporate applications using facial and voice-recognition on common household pets.

March 31st, 2017  /   John Offenhartz   /  product & technology

OneLogin comes to Microsoft Edge, the up-and-coming browser of the enterprise

OneLogin is the first identity and access management (IAM) vendor to fully support Microsoft Edge, Microsoft’s new flagship browser. The OneLogin for Microsoft Edge browser extension employs new universal login heuristics, enabling users to securely store credentials for nearly any website or web app in the OneLogin single sign-on (SSO) portal, and then log into that website with a single click.

March 14th, 2017  /   Dusan Vitek   /  product & technology

How OneLogin is bridging cloud and on-premise directories

Many of our customers use OneLogin as a standalone cloud directory and it meets their needs perfectly: Simple configuration, fast deployment, and all of their apps and data are in the cloud. Some of our customers, however, prefer to keep their existing user stores such as Microsoft Active Directory, LDAP, or both; and use OneLogin in order to simplify management of their user identities and make them more easily accessible.

March 10th, 2017  /   Jonathan Bennun   /  smarter identity, product & technology