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TeleSign Two-Factor Authentication adds a critical layer of security beyond username and password for Enterprises requiring identity & access management for their employees. By leveraging the phone as an authentication device, TeleSign improves the employee experience while reducing operating costs for IT associated with traditional multifactor authentication methods. The largest and most recognizable brands trust TeleSign's enterprise security solutions to protect account access and prevent account compromise.

Stronger Security

The market has acknowledged that usernames and passwords are no longer enough to secure accounts. The phone has become the de facto tool as the second layer of authentication, replacing difficult to manage and expensive to deploy methods.

TeleSign’s Two Factor Authentication effectively protects accounts from compromise by leveraging a user’s phone as the second factor of authentication. TeleSign enables enterprises to maintain higher security without increasing complexity or costs associated with traditional methods of authentication.

TeleSign offers integration through our enterprise partners for:

  • Remote Access VPNs
  • Citrix
  • RADIUS based systems
  • Cloud Services
  • Google Apps
  • OWA or Corporate E-Mail
  • Single Sign-on (SSO)
  • Password Resets

Lower Cost of Operation

Continually evolving security threats require companies to adopt a layered approach to fraud prevention, resulting in a high cost of integration, ongoing administration, provisioning, and employee support.

Instead of provisioning hardware or maintaining software, companies decrease security threats by leveraging an identity & access management technology that is already part of every employee’s life — the telephone.

Better User Experience

  • No set-up or additional hardware or software
  • No training required

Fast Facts

  1. Of the world’s 4 billion mobile phones in use, 1.08 billion are smartphones and 3.05 million are SMS enabled
  2. 8 trillion messages were sent in 2011 around the world
  3. 83% of Americans own mobile phones
  4. In the US, only 31% of mobile owners prefer to be contacted by text message
  5. 53% said they preferred a voice call to a text message
  6. Another 14% said the contact method depends on the situation

Smith, Aaron (2011) Americans and Text Messaging. Pew Internet & American Life Project. Retrieved May 8, 2012 from http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Cell-Phone-Texting-2011.aspx

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