With Secret Double Octopus, developers and support staff can access Jira using a high-assurance, password-free authenticator instead of passwords.
To logon to Jira, users simply tap the Octopus Authenticator on their mobile device. The Octopus Authenticator implements provably unbreakable cryptography that is highly resistant to common attacks such as phishing, MitM and cracking. Octopus Authentication was built for enterprise customers, which means it is fully integrated with Microsoft Active Directory and supports access to all enterprise resources, whether on-premise, remotely accessed or in the cloud.
Delight your users
Ensuring users enjoy a simple, consistent experience – when access is simplified, users stop looking to bypasses and compromise security, such as writing down passwords on sticky notes, choosing easy to remember – easy to hack passwords or just a one password fits all approach.
Reduce your costs
With the Octopus Authenticator running on the user’s mobile device, there is no need for expensive hardware tokens. Eliminating passwords relieves a significant burden from the enterprise helpdesk and domain admins, as passwords never have to be refreshed, reset, or recovered.
Using the Octopus Authenticators, employees can access all their enterprise resources. Designed for the needs of the enterprise, the Octopus Authenticator is one solution for authenticating remote access users, access to web or cloud services, and logons to enterprise networks.
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What They Say
“Not only match but exceed, the level of protection afforded by conventional cryptography”
“Password-free authentication, including Windows PC, network login, and access to applications.”
“Extra-secure, but simple, keyless authentication services”
How It Works
We’re combining unique technologies on both sides of the authentication equation: protecting user identity, and seamlessly integrating authentication to systems inside the domain. Underpinning our high-assurance, password-free authentication solution are the secret sharing algorithms.