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Mobile Authenticators Features

Secure corporate access with mobile two factor authentication that’s quick to deploy

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Mobile Authenticators Features

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Mobile Authenticator

Device binding option

Bind the authenticator app to the registered user’s device to ensure that only the authenticator installed on the bound device will generate valid OTPs.

One-touch OTP generation

With a simple touch, allow users to generate a one-time password (OTP) for log-in.

Push & log-in

Securely send a push notification to a user’s mobile device allowing them to easily log-in or trigger an additional layer of authentication with local PIN or fingerprint. 

PIN (local or server), fingerprint, Face ID

Allow users to authenticate themselves to the Mobile Authenticator app via a client-side/local or server-side PIN or fingerprint on devices that include a fingerprint biometric sensor or leverage Apple Touch ID and Face ID on iOS devices.

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Server Integration and Support

RADIUS, SOAP and Third-Party Apps

OneSpan Authentication Server can be integrated with:

  • RADIUS
  • Microsoft IS-based applications (e.g., Outlook Web Access, Citrix StoreFront, or Microsoft RDWeb Access
  • Any application using SOAP

In addition, there are further plug-ins available for third-party systems such as Juniper SBR and Microsoft ADFS.

Fits Any Environment

OneSpan Authentication Server is available in the widest range of supported platforms:

  • Windows Server
  • Ubuntu
  • RedHat distributions
  • Vmware
  • Hyper-V
  • Citrix virtual environments
  • Dedicated appliance formats

Wide Range of Supported Databases

Support a wide range of ODBC-compliant databases for data storage and ships standard with MariaDB using OneSpan Mobile Authenticator. Store data related to authenticators and users in the ODBC database and sync with Active Directory Windows user information.

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Administration & Management

User Self-Management

With an intuitive self-management website, empower your end-users to manage their software authenticator without helpdesk support, thereby conserving valuable IT resources.

Web Admin Interface

Facilitate remote management with administrative functions available through a web-based user interface. An overview of daily events and actions taken by your IT administrators is readily available.

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Auditing & Reporting

Audit Console

The audit console provides the ability  to automatically monitor incoming and outgoing events on the server. This data gathered by the audit console delivers the critical details required to successfully administer a remote access environment.

Web Admin Interface

Extensive XML or HTML formatted reporting is provided for helpdesk troubleshooting, system and security auditing, and accounting purposes.

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Deployment

On-premises

With an on-premises deployment of OneSpan Authentication Server, you receive a comprehensive, centralized, and flexible authentication platform deployed on your premises. From there, OneSpan Authentication Server can deliver complete management of the authentication through a single integrated system.

As an Appliance

OneSpan Authentication Server Appliance is available as a standalone solution. It is engineered for any enterprise seeking the power and simplicity of a dedicated appliance. The value in this approach is that it eliminates the need to install and maintain a software-based solution in your environment.