Back in the early days of authentication, organisations were reliant on hardware tokens to generate a secure passcode. The type you’d associate with online banking. But that solution was clumsy and prone to unforeseen expenses – with tokens frequently lost, broken or expiring.
Modern tokenless systems use mobile devices to make roll-out and management much easier. Here at SecurEnvoy, we brought the first-ever tokenless two-factor authentication product to market.
Our operations are now streamlined as we have a simple software solution for two-factor authentication that back-ends to existing LDAP directories, rather than a disparate proprietary database.
Matthew Clements, Principal Programmer at John Lewis