Secfense plans to start working on its next product, Passwordless Broker, in 2024. This innovative platform will enable organizations to move to passwordless authentication easily and non-intrusively for any application, regardless of the technology used.
Passwordless Broker – Successor to the User Access Security Broker
Passwordless Broker will be a logical continuation and development of the User Access Security Broker (UASB), which, since its introduction in 2018, has helped companies implement multi-factor authentication (MFA), including the implementation of the FIDO2 standard resistant to phishing attacks.
Secfense Mission: Fast Track to Passwordless Future
From the beginning, Secfense has set itself the goal of enabling organizations to migrate from traditional passwords to passwordless authentication easily and quickly. The first step in this journey was the UASB product, which allowed the implementation of MFA, laying the foundation for further enhancing security against password leaks. This product has gained recognition in many sectors, including banking, insurance, and government institutions.
The next step was the Secfense IdP platform, introduced in 2023, which enabled the implementation of passwordless authentication for applications that use the SAML standard (mainly SaaS apps). IdP is currently undergoing PoV (proof of value) tests in various large organizations, including those in the telecommunications sector.
Passwordless Broker rollout plan
The Passwordless Broker, whose development is planned to begin in 2024, is designed to enable a seamless transition to passwordless authentication across all applications within a company. Secfense plans for this product to allow organizations to implement passwordless authentication without needing application code modification, a unique feature in the market of passwordless solutions.
Passwordless Broker’s role in cybersecurity strategy
The Passwordless Broker is intended to be the culmination of Secfense’s long-term plan, offering organizations technology that will enable them to move away from passwords completely. Instead, they will be able to use safer authentication methods resistant to phishing and other social engineering techniques. It is also worth emphasizing that both the implementation of the technology and the subsequent migration from passwords to passwordless authentication will be virtually unnoticeable to the end users. This is an integral part of the passwordless revolution and Secfense’s approach to passwordless adoption, as increased security goes hand in hand with improved user experience. The introduction of the Secfense Passwordless Broker product aims to provide a solution that will allow wide adoption of passwordless authentication in various technology environments without additional complications for IT departments and without impacting end users.
In 2024, Secfense plans to begin work on Passwordless Broker, a technology expected to allow organizations to increase their cyber security by eliminating passwords. This is a response to the growing demand for passwordless and, at the same time, secure and more convenient authentication methods in corporate environments. As the cyber threat landscape continues to change, Passwordless Broker is expected to be the next step in the evolution of information security.
We invite you to contact our team at Secfense to learn more about Passwordless Broker and our approach to non-intrusive implementation of cybersecurity solutions without code interference. Also, follow us on social media to stay updated on our project’s progress and the latest cybersecurity trends. Join the conversation about the future of authentication and stay updated on the revolutionary changes we are making for your organization’s security.