OneLogin SmartFactor Authentication

The era of passwords is over

The future is SmartFactor Authentication™

OneLogin SmartFactor Authentication

Passwords are a problem

80% of breaches involve
weak or stolen credentials

72% of people have trouble
remembering passwords.

Over 70% of employees
reuse passwords at work

Credentials are the main target of cyber criminals, because a username and password unlocks access to corporate systems, data, and IP.

Static 2FA is not enough

Two-factor authentication (two-factor authentication) was supposed to be the solution to weak passwords. Adding an additional challenge during login, MFA makes it harder for criminals to gain access with stolen passwords.

But...cyber criminals have become more sophisticated, intercepting one-time passwords, stealing hard keys, and so on.

Fact: All logins are not equal

Some login attempts are more risky: like ones from locations known for cyber espionage. Or, a user logging in from an unfamiliar device at an unusual time of day.

Trusted experiences require the fastest, simplest, secure login possible—emphasis on secure. That means a low risk login should be passwordless, fast, and easy. But a login flagged as high-risk should face serious challenges.

And it means never relying on a reusable password.

Introducing SmartFactor Authentication™

Today’s adaptive authentication has to be smart enough to evaluate the risk and context of each login and adapt accordingly.

That’s exactly what OneLogin’s SmartFactor Authentication does.
Powered by OneLogin Vigilance AI, SmartFactor Authentication uses machine learning to automatically adjust authentication.

Find out how SmartFactor Authentication can protect your corporate data while providing a frictionless, trusted experience to your employees, partners, and customers.

What does SmartFactor
Authentication take into account?

  • Location
  • Time of day
  • Device
  • Target App
  • Past user behavior
  • Network reputation
  • Device fingerprint
  • And more

Powered by Vigilance AI™

What authentication factors does
SmartFactor Authentication use?

  • Certificates
  • SMS
  • Security questions
  • OTP
  • Email MFA
  • Biometrics
  • Voice MFA

Powered by contextual login flows

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Find out how SmartFactor Authentication can protect your corporate data while providing a frictionless, trusted experience to your employees, partners, and customers.

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