Facing Credential attacks and cyber threats? emAS MFA can safeguard your digital infrastructure

Stay One Step Ahead of Cyber-Attacks at All-time Using emAS MFA In adjusting to the new normal, access and authentication has taken a significantly more prominent role in the IT Security landscape of today. eMudhra has been working in Identity & Digital Trust for over a decade and has been instrumental in bringing some of …

emAS MFA – The Need for Strong Authentication

Businesses and consumers alike world over are encouraged to adopt Two-factor Authentication (2FA) as a means of strengthening their security apparatus. But 2FA isn’t ironclad and the recent cyber-attack in Germany wherein hundreds of bank accounts were drained after hacking the routing system and redirecting text messages is a testimony to this fact. In such …

emAS MFA – Addressing the Need for Strong Authentication

Businesses and consumers alike world over are encouraged to adopt Two-factor Authentication (2FA) as a means of strengthening their security apparatus. But 2FA isn't ironclad and the recent cyber-attack in Germany wherein hundreds of bank accounts were drained after hacking the routing system and redirecting text messages is a testimony to this fact. In such …

emAS Suite Latest Addition, ID Authentication

The ever increasing threat of information and identity theft emphasizes the need for a secure identity management solution. Organizations need to provide access to sensitive corporate resources and manage access to an ever-growing number of employees, partners, vendors and customers. In doing so, it’s imperative to consider a future-proof and secure technology that can cover …

Security beyond Authentication – emAS IAM

emAS, eMudhra's authentication system that runs in over 47 large Asian and Global banks has set itself firmly in the PKI authentication space. Over the past few years, we have upgraded emAS from a pure PKI authentication engine to a multi-factor authentication engine supporting 15+ forms of authentication. Then, last year, we built adaptive authentication …

Moving beyond OTP and 2FA – emAS MFA

  NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) is no longer recommending OTP's as a form of authentication.-https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2016/08/nist_is_no_long.html Given today’s threat landscape, good security requires strong authentication practices. Passwords and OTP's are no longer considered secure, which is why there is a need to use other forms of authentication that is based on a combination …