The Covid-19 Cyber Threat
Protect Zoom Accounts from Hackers
With more people working remotely, Zoom accounts are now top targets for hackers.
That’s why WWPass and Gluu.org have teamed up to deliver a simple, elegant solution that protects your business Zoom accounts.
Secure Your Zoom Accounts
Strong Authentication For Business
Stop relying on usernames and passwords. Turn your smartphone into a unique cryptographic keyTry it
It is right-factor authentication, not just multi‑factor
1st authentication factor is your smartphone or a physical token
The 2nd factor is a secret PIN or biometrics. We never receive the plaintext value of your PIN, or your biometric data.
3 Paths to smarter, safer data access
Eliminate usernames and passwords to protect sensitive data and gain the convenience of a single PassKey, our secure electronic ID, to access an unlimited number of accounts.Learn more
Securely store and manage access to confidential data with a combination of data segregation, server-side encryption and client-side encryption.Learn more
Give users the convenience of one consolidated, digital ID while improving the protection of confidential data and personally identifiable information.Learn more
Everything you need to protect your business and customers against breaches
Reduce access management costs
Cut costs from resetting passwords, using SMS as a second factor and needing multiple authentication fobs or badges.
Protect revenue from shared credentials
Onboard more users instead of allowing access to unpaying freeloaders.
Deliver a standout user experience
One electronic key opens many doors, and there’s no need to remember lists of usernames or passwords that may already be compromised.
Eliminate human- readable credentials as first factor
Access doesn’t rely on usernames or passwords, keeping data and user identities safe.
Secure data with distributed data storage (DDS)
Data is encrypted and stored across multiple storage nodes for protection from hackers and resiliency against disasters.
Enable access across devices and for any web service
Provide the same simple experience, no matter how your users access their accounts.
Enable multiple factors and security layers
Choose from multiple factors, such as biometrics, for additional security layers to best meet your needs and maintain compliance with multiple data protection regulations.
Choose the best-fit hardware token
Select any form-factor, including a mobile app, USB stick and card, based on what token makes sense for your business and customers.
The Proof Is in the Protection
Security, Compliance, and Growth
When a SaaS document management firm faced major security challenges with multifactor authentication and restricted access to sensitive documents provided only to authorized users, they turned to WWPass. See how our password-free authentication and client-side encryption made their customer data more secure, improved user experience, and boosted productivity. Best of all, our solution was implemented with no service disruptions.
Password-free Authentication Stops Cyber-attacks
With sensitive patient and employee data, healthcare companies are prime targets for cyber-attacks. See how one provider discovered flaws in their username/password security, and how they fixed their system using WWPass’ certificate-based authentication solution.
Systems Integrator Finds Security Can Be Convenient and Strong
You know something is wrong when your 400-person service desk team spends too much time resetting passwords. That’s what happened for one large systems integration firm, where complex password policies turned resetting passwords into a long, expensive, and difficult process. But by implementing WWPass, they were able to make account access far easier, faster, and more agile, allowing users to authenticate on any device anywhere.
One WWPass. Tons of Applications.
WWPass authentication integrates with the industry’s top applications. Our single sign-on makes it easy to control access to critical data.
Add Multi-factor Authentication into Every App
All the resources you need to ensure secure and convenient login to any application.
From the Blog
18 May 2020 by Daniel Waldman
Zoom recently acquired an end-to-end encryption company, beefing up their security. However, the service is still open to phishing, a primary attack vector for hackers. For corporate users the problem can be solved with properly implemented SSO and multi-factor authentication, which is not based on usernames and passwords. But individual and professional accounts still remain vulnerable.
18 February 2020 by Daniel Waldman
Single sign-on (SSO) has become a popular feature within corporate infrastructures, enabling users to quickly bypass typical security checks to get to applications. In fact, it’s become common for employees to use SSO along with their personal smartphones to log in to corporate applications. However, this scenario has some major security challenges that, if left unchecked, can spell disaster should someone get a hold of employees’ phones.
06 November 2019 by Daniel Waldman
How can a company avoid dangerous and costly breaches? One essential method is ensuring that software systems containing sensitive business and customer information are secured with multi-factor authentication. There is a lot of confusion over what that means, though, and what is the difference between two-factor authentication (2FA), multi-factor authentication (MFA), and strong authentication. Let’s take a closer look at these terms to understand how a business needs to best protect its most sensitive assets.
How do your multi-factor authentication solutions stack up?
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