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For your authentication

It all starts with establishing the identity of customers, partners, employees, apps and other services

Flexible authentication

  • Customize the authentication process according to your organization’s needs

    Choose any authentication method and tailor the user journey for each of your applications.

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  • Single-sign-on (SSO)

    Streamline user access to all your services

    Easily integrate with any identity provider so that customers, partners, and employees can use their existing credentials to access your applications.

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  • Social login

    Enable users to access your service with their existing social media accounts

    Remove the hurdle of account creation and let your users focus on your using your service.

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  • Verified identities

    Apply secure authentication with digital identifications

    Equip your applications with the ability to authenticate with verified identities such as BankID or Freja eID.

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  • Passwords

    The most common method used to verify user identity in the digital world

    Users verify their identity with a unique password that has been previously created and associated with their account.

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  • Passwordless

    Authenticate users with a one-time password received by email or SMS

    Passwordless authentication is a method of verifying user identity that does not require the user to enter a password. Instead, passwordless authentication sends a one-time passcode via email or text message (SMS).

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