Bypass the Password
Yet another username and password combination to create, remember, and use? No, thanks. More secure and convenient login experiences with passwordless SSO? Yes, please.
Say hello to passwordless authentication with ForgeRock Go. Superior security, smoother login experiences, and another step towards Zero Trust security.
- Technology based on public/private keys and the FIDO2 WebAuthn standard
- Hardware through a PIN-protected external authenticator (something you know and something you have)
- Biometrics using device-native Touch ID or facial recognition (something you have and something you are)
Enjoy Better Experiences and Fewer Phishing Attacks
Secure your organization and your users with low-friction authentication – with the added convenience of biometrics.
The average person has more than 90 online accounts, secured with usernames and passwords that are often reused across different accounts. Such accounts are clear security risks and common phishing targets.
Eliminate these problems and more with ForgeRock Go.
Let Them Forget Passwords
Complex and unique passwords are hard to remember, prone to reuse, and eventually get pwned. The answers to common security questions (like mother's maiden name) can be gleaned from public records. These shared secrets are a liability that you can eliminate.
Let your users choose from simple built-in methods – fingerprint readers or cameras, or easy-to-use FIDO security keys – to log in to workstations and applications.
Strengthen Zero Trust Security
Unauthorized access continues to be the number one attack vector. You can incorporate usernameless and passwordless authentication into your Zero Trust strategy.
For example, allow access to sensitive resources only from corporate-issued laptops connected to registered FIDO2 WebAuthn-compliant hardware authenticators. Incorporate geo-fencing and other parameters into authorization decisions.
Grant read-only access, or invoke additional authentication from untrusted devices or out-of-context authentications.
Eliminate Phishing and Replay Attacks
Malicious actors employed more phishing attacks in 2020, targeting remote workers and consumers. 25% of the attacks used phishing to gain access to user credentials – up from 14% in 2019.
Protect systems and applications from ransomware, phishing, and replay attacks with usernameless and passwordless authentication.
Upgrade Security with Passwordless Authentication
Usernames and passwords are not secure and deliver a poor user experience. But many strong authentication solutions on the market today are proprietary, require complex integrations, and don't provide the agility that security and identity teams require.
Passwordless login is based on the FIDO2 WebAuthn Standard, with the convenience of biometrics.
Passwordless SSO improves security, interoperability, and addresses new business demands.
- Build no-code, out-of-the-box passwordless user journeys with ForgeRock Intelligent Access
- Design user journeys once, and support multiple authenticators running simultaneously
- Give your users flexibility and choice: integrate pre-built and tested third-party passwordless solutions from the ForgeRock Trust Network
Say Goodbye to Usernames Too
Eliminate the username along with the password with authenticators that use resident keys, such as PIN-protected Yubikeys, and biometric authenticators such as Apple Touch ID and Windows Hello.
Authenticators supporting resident keys store user credentials on the device instead of on a remote server.
By adding a usernameless option to out-of-the-box user journeys in ForgeRock Intelligent Access, you can:
- Reduce the risk of credentials being accessed in a breached database
- Eliminate keystrokes – and the risk of keyloggers capturing credentials
- Reduce help desk costs for forgotten username and password recovery
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