Advanced Topic: Continuous Authentication

What is continuous authentication?

Continuous authentication is an ongoing security process that verifies a user's identity throughout their interaction with a system to prevent unauthorized access and adapt to changing circumstances.

Why is continuous authentication important?

Continuous authentication is important it addresses risk that is emerges throughout a user's session. Unlike traditional authentication methods which only verify identity at the login stage, continuous authentication maintains a consistent security check, ensuring ongoing protection against unauthorized access.

Beyond Identity and continuous authentication

At Beyond Identity, we continuously authenticate your user's past the initial login. Our solution continuously validates the user's identity and device compliance throughout their session, alerting and taking action if any risk factors arise on the device.

Continuous authentication is a crucial part of a zero trust architecture. Check out our zero trust assessment for a full analysis on your authentication and device management practices and how to reach an optimal level of zero trust.

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