The corner-stone of security is solid authentication. FA's authentication relies on industry-standard security protocols (OAuth2, OpenID, and SAML) and provides you with tools to securely control who can log in to your FA, track when and where your users have logged in and what they have done within the system.
There are also options for two-factor authentication, IP restrictions, and tracking unsuccessful login attempts. This provides you with an extra layer of security. Out-of-the-box connections to third-party authentication and user management systems using standard protocol enables you to utilize other electronic identities (eIDs).
In addition, flexible authorization mechanisms based on user roles and permissions allow you to extensively control which features your users can use and what data they can see when they log in. By using FA, you can ensure that your customers manage their financial duties safely and securely.
All the data is encrypted both at rest and in transit.
Secure multi-factor authentication
Flexible authorization mechanisms
Connections to third-party electronic identity providers
Secure data at rest and in transit