Authlogics: Enhancing Security with New-Age Multi-Factor Authentication

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Passwords have long been used as the most significant layer of security. However, these complex combinations of numbers, symbols, and characters are not infallible. As per a study, 61 percent of cyber events during the pandemic resulted from password breaches. This is why organizations are always instructed to spew out unique passwords, remember, and change them often to protect their systems and applications. Unfortunately, the age-old password policy compels employees to juggle 200 passwords on average, making it impossible to remember every combination. As a result, instead of resolving security issues, it only compounds the problem by increasing the likelihood of them reusing the same poor, weak, or risky passwords across multiple organizational applications, systems, and networks. This is where multi-factor authentication (MFA) can play a significant role in combating this tendency.

Adding another element like biometric credentials, one-time passwords (OTP), codes, and cryptographic tokens over traditional passwords can surely enhance an organization’s security posture. But what if we take even MFA a notch higher by removing the password factor to make it safer from risky password management practices and attack vectors? A company that has pioneered in this field is Authlogics.

Authlogics is a complete end-toend authentication solution provider leading the user authentication market with its revolutionary passwordless and device-less authentication solution. The company is also a global leader in reducing password complexities and ensuring compliant authentications. “Most of our competitors either offer only traditional MFA or password management, which creates a major security gap for the endusers. It leaves client networks vulnerable to cyber threats like ransomware, phishing, password breaches, and so on,” says Steven Hope, CEO, Authlogics.
“We bridge this gap by bringing password security management, passwordless authentication, and MFA technologies under one roof to provide clients with a robust, modernistic logon security.”

Organizations often try to “secure” all their passwords with complexity or club another protection layer on top of passwords. Still, neither of these is a desirable option when viewed against the sophisticated cyber threat landscape. This is why Authlogics aims to revamp the old password policy that customers commonly use. The company first enables clients to audittheir credentials againstits 4 billion+ Password Breach Database and see if their passwords have ever been breached. This gets followed by the implementation of thePassword Security Management solution that continually monitors and manages new and old passwords. Finally, once MFA is deployed passwords can be switched off to solve the problem once and for all. “We eliminate the need for passwords altogether, promising customers a utopia where they no longer need to remember any credential,” adds Hope.

We eliminate the need for passwords altogether, promising customers a utopia where they no longer need to remember any credential


Ticking every box of customers’ requirements, Authlogics has become the go-to partner when it comes to their logonsecurity. Moving ahead, the company will launch a new versionfor their products in early 2022, which will come packed with the latest features like secure mobile push authentication, geolocation-based authentication, and dashboards to reflect the status of dormant user accounts and authentications. From a geographical standpoint, Authlogics plans to extend its footprint in the U.S. in 2022. “It’s essential for customers to comprehend what kind of future they can build by partnering with a vendor or adopting a specific technology. The frequency of cyber threats will only increase. As a result, we need to be proactive instead of reactive in preventing threat actors from getting into the corporate networks the first time itself. Being one of the early pioneers of passwordless authentication, we are ready to help businesses in this journey,” concludes Hope.
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Authlogics

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Steven Hope, CEO, Authlogics

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Authlogics provides a complete, end-to-end authentication solution that is quick and easy to use. The company delivers customer-ready solutions that reduce the complexity of existing passwords, ensure regulatory compliance, remove risk and replace passwords, and provide passwordless and deviceless login options. From their unique password compliance solution (Password Security Management), through award-winning multi-factor authentication (MFA) technologies, to enabling users with a completely passwordless environment, Authlogics enhances network security whilst maintaining an easy and uniform user experience, whether on mobile, desktop, or cloud.