Strong Authentication to Access User Data
User Access Security Broker from Secfense helps law firms ensure that their customer’s confidential
data is secured. To this end, it verifies identities with a strong two-factor authentication method
based on the FIDO2 standard (or any other 2FA) before granting
access to specific applications.
There are different rules and codes of conduct dictated by the state, government, or EU that forbid
lawyers from revealing client information without their consent. User Access Security Broker from
Secfense helps law firms comply with these rules in an easy and seamless way.
Data Security for Attorneys, Paralegals, and Clients
Law firms need to provide high-quality legal service to their customers and, at the same time, make sure
to maintain confidentiality of their data. This means plenty of work for the IT department, as there are
many access points that need to be considered. Among others, these include cloud and billing
applications. What is more, access rights need to be constantly monitored and either granted or revoked
based on whether a given user is still employed or not. All this preferably with little to no additional
work or extra resources spent on IT.
Protecting Data, Users and Applications in a Simpler Way
Regardless of how big a legal business is, User Access Security Broker from Secfense will be a great way
for managing data security of employees and customers alike. Our broker finds just the right balance
between proper security and seamless user experience. With Secfense solution, attorneys, paralegals, and
their clients can access all their applications by means of strong two-factor authentication based on
the FIDO2 standard (or, in fact, any other strong authentication standard that better suits their
needs). The second authentication factor is introduced during the first login attempt and can be later
set as mandatory for each subsequent login. User Access Security Broker gives its users peace of mind
because it also helps in auditing, monitoring, and tracking user activity with microauthorizations.