The Out-of-Band Authentication Pioneer
Can Put You at Risk
Out-of-Band authentication is a type of multi-factor authentication (2FA) that requires a secondary verification method i.e. a mobile device to be used via a separate communication channel. Whereas, In-band authentication utilizes a single channel which can be easily compromised by a MITM (Man-in-the-Middle) attack.
While Out-of-Band (OOBA) authentication was originally used by financial institutions and other organizations that required high security requirements to prevent unauthorized access, it has now become the de-facto standard for protecting network access and transaction verification.
"As a bank, hackers are always looking to infiltrate our network. That’s why we chose ProtectID to protect our remote workers. StrikeForces' multi-channel architecture proved to be invaluable, when it prevented hackers from breaching our network during a recent attack. In addition, StrikeForces' cyber security team is knowledgeable and always suggests ways to further secure our endpoints and users."
A Regional Bank
“StrikeForces' ProtectID product provides an open architecture platform for strong user authentication…offers secure website logon, VPN access and terminal authentication to round out its many features…no problem to deploy…worked flawlessly and was flexible during the deployment phase.”
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