SyferLock’s software-based authentication solutions are now able to provide stronger access controls for OpenIAM’s IAM solutions, without hardware tokens and mobile device dependency.
SyferLock Technology Corporation announces a technology alliance with OpenIAM. It has also proven interoperability of SyferLock’s GridGuard two-factor and multi-factor authentication solutions with OpenIAM’s open source identity and access management (“IAM”) solutions. SyferLock’s software-based authentication solutions are now able to provide stronger access controls for OpenIAM’s IAM solutions, without the need for hardware tokens and without mobile device dependency like SMS-based solutions.
“We continue to expand the platforms that SyferLock can integrate with. We are pleased that SyferLock’s software-based authentication solutions are now interoperable with OpenIAM’s solutions,” stated Chris Cardell, CEO of SyferLock. “SyferLock now provides users of OpenIAM with a device-less alternative for two-factor and multi-factor authentication. SyferLock’s user friendly authentication solutions are easy to deploy with OpenIAM’s solutions,” added Cardell.
“OpenIAM is committed to ensuring our identity and access management solutions can easily integrate with a range of secure, cost-effective authentication options,” said Ameet Shah, VP of Product Marketing for OpenIAM. “Collaborating with SyferLock provides another choice for two-factor and multi-factor authentication that is ready to integrate with our open source IAM solutions.”
SyferLock’s GridGuard delivers two-factor and multi-factor authentication utilizing patented software-based grids to convert static passwords/PINs into secure one-time passwords or PINs (“OTPs”). SyferLock’s flexible, adaptable solutions enable enterprises to cost-effectively address strong authentication across a range of use cases and with a range of platforms.