Cloud-ready Zero Trust Privilege is designed to handle requesters that are not only human but also machines, services and APIs. There will still be shared accounts, but for increased assurance, best practices now recommend individual identities, not shared accounts, where least privilege can be applied. Delinea Authentication Service allows properly verifying who requests privileged access. This can be achieved by leveraging enterprise directory identities, eliminating local accounts and decreasing the overall number of accounts and passwords, therefore reducing the attack surface.
Banking customers increasingly prefer to use their mobile devices to manage their accounts, which is driving the need for banks to push digital transformation across all channels. However, the growth of online and mobile banking has also prompted a rise in cyberattacks, eroding consumer trust and elevating the risk of fraud. Legacy solutions haven't been able to keep up: passwords aren't sufficiently secure, SMS is a highly vulnerable communications channel, and tokens are too expensive and inconvenient to distribute. Transition to modern authentication that strikes a balance between a higher level of security and a frictionless user experience. DetectID lets customers use their mobile phones to safeguard all interactions on any banking channel.
Delinea Authentication Service is ranked 32nd in Authentication Systems while DetectID is ranked 52nd in Authentication Systems. Delinea Authentication Service is rated 0.0, while DetectID is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Delinea Authentication Service is most compared with BeyondTrust Active Directory (AD) Bridge and Duo Security, whereas DetectID is most compared with .
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