Federation of identities
Electronic identity of a client for an interconnected world. Solutions that meet the requirements of the PSD2 directive.
fast onboarding of users
modern approach to application security
convenient ways to log in
various methods and dynamic scenarios
authorization of changes and transactions
integration with 3rd party applications
ONE DIGITAL IDENTITY FOR ALL SERVICES
Possibility of optimized login without logins and passwords
DYNAMIC VERIFICATION SCENARIOS
Methods standardized for 2FA, step-by-step and risk verification
READY FOR 3rd PARTY APPLICATIONS
On-boarding of clients, login to third-party applications, API protection
USER EXPERIENCE ON FIRST
One login allows you to log in to multiple applications and channels
FEDERATION BRINGS SAVINGS IN DEVELOPMENT
Login independence from application and security lifecycles
DESIGNED FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE AND HEAVY LOADS
Ready for high loads in real operation
Identity federation protocols SAML, OAuth, OpenID Connect
BRANCH STANDARDS AND LEGISLATION
Fully customizable and configurable solution
ELECTRONIC IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS NOT JUST FOR BANKING APPLICATIONS
The requirements for electronic identification not only for banking applications are significantly influenced by the European regulations eIDAS and PSD2, but especially also by the needs of organizations to make full use of the possibility of electronic commerce.
One identity - benefits for the bank and the client
Client identity in own systems and applications
Today, a business relationship with a client cannot do without the electronic exchange of data and information. In addition to logging in to the electronic service, it is also necessary to resolve the initial identification, agree with the user on the method of authentication and signing.
Electronic identity of the partner - intermediary
In addition to direct client service, it is necessary to implement measures for trustworthy client service on behalf of the organization, whether they are the organization's own sales representatives, work call centers or third parties that enable business mediation.
Strategic partnerships and third parties
There is no service in isolation and the ability to offer the user the extension of services to the offers of partner organizations with what it has today is a significant competitive advantage for more and more organizations.