We performed a comparison between Starling Two-Factor Authentication and Symantec Advanced Authentication based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Authentication Systems solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
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With Starling Two-Factor Authentication, a SaaS-based solution, you can secure your organization and keep users productive. It solves the password problem without the capital costs or increased infrastructure management often incurred with traditional on-premises solutions.
CA Advanced Authentication provides a secure, user-convenient and cost-effective way to protect online and mobile applications. The solution consists of two components: CA Risk Authentication allows the enterprise to silently and transparently collect data and assess risk based on device identification, location and user behavior, among other factors, and CA Strong Authentication provides a wide variety of software-based, two-factor authentication credentials and technology to make passwords more secure. Together they enable an intelligent, layered security approach to protect user identities and organizational data.
Starling Two-Factor Authentication is ranked 47th in Authentication Systems while Symantec Advanced Authentication is ranked 19th in Authentication Systems with 1 review. Starling Two-Factor Authentication is rated 0.0, while Symantec Advanced Authentication is rated 6.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Symantec Advanced Authentication writes "Good integration and stability, but could use risk-based authentication". Starling Two-Factor Authentication is most compared with , whereas Symantec Advanced Authentication is most compared with Symantec VIP Access Manager.
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