Enable your students or staff to access emails, classes, homework, grades or research data with one finger tap or a PIN, and protect your authentication process with nextAuth’s passwordless Mobile Authentication Software.
Here’s how we’ve smoothed and secured KU Leuven’s authentication processes.
As remote access to your servers and data becomes the norm, your authentication process needs to be frictionless and highly secure. Our mobile authentication software will provide you with both. Whether you use our standalone white-label app or integrate our SDK into your tools, your students and staff will be able to authenticate themselves with a finger tap or a pin. On top of that, our solid public key cryptography and our own patented True 2FA™ technology will safeguard your data.
Our unique asymmetric cryptography and patented True 2FA™ technology will enable you to fend off phishing, guessing, brute-forcing, and man-in-the-middle attacks. On top of that, you can rely on our expertise to help you and your (C)IAM architects avert attacks and solve app-related issues.
You can either deploy nextAuth as a white-label authenticator app or seamlessly integrate our SDK into your apps to provide your users with in-app logins, remote logins, authorizations, and digital signatures.
No more passwords, usernames, SMS, OTPs, or hard-wired authenticator apps. All it takes to authenticate is a finger tap or a biometric scan and a PIN. Additionally, we provide an end-to-end solution, which helps us guarantee a fluid user experience. In contrast to regular solutions, we don’t rely on the browser to redirect or store any information. If your students or staff change devices, they won’t need another identifier in the browser.
The fewer breaches and incidents, the fewer the man-hours required to solve them. You and your team won’t have to spend nearly as much time responding to access issues. Additionally, you won’t have to waste budget on SMS, hardware security modules (HSMs), hardware tokens, or card readers.
Our patented True MFA™ technology prevents an attacker who controls either the nextAuth server or the user’s mobile device from impersonating the user. Additionally, our technology ensures logins, authorizations, and signatures made with the nextAuth mobile SDK are non-repudiable. Here’s how: