Enhance Cybersecurity with emAS Multi-Factor Authentication

Get Application Access Control

Get Application Access Control

Manage enterprise application accessibility through single sign-on (SSO) by using high-end authentication methods such as biometrics and other factors

SSPR with emAS MFA

SSPR with emAS MFA

Empower users to execute self-service password reset (SSPR) and account unlock operations, which can only be performed after validating their identity through the mandated authentication processes

Securing Endpoint Access

Securing Endpoint Access

Protect access to machines (Windows, macOS, Linux OS), VPN, and OWA logins through the application of multi-factor authentication (MFA)

Comprehensive System Integration

Comprehensive System Integration

Embrace the flexibility of emAS MFA as it seamlessly integrates with various systems - both cloud-based and on-premises - ensuring consistent security across all platforms.

Reduced Threat Exposure

Reduced Threat Exposure

Minimize your business' vulnerability to security threats. By requiring multiple forms of identity verification, emAS MFA significantly reduces the attack surface, enhancing overall security.

Improved User Experience

Improved User Experience

Boost user convenience without compromising security. emAS MFA enables effortless user identity validation, resulting in a streamlined authentication process that enhances both security and usability.

Authentication Engine with Turnkey Support for 15 Modes

Gartner Mentions

Gartner Mentions

eMudhra gets Mentioned in 2020 Gartner® Market Guide for User Authentication, second time!

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How emAS Authentication Engine Works

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A Robust Authentication System

A Robust Authentication System!

emAS multi-factor authentication (MFA) significantly minimizes potential threats, safeguarding your business by demanding more stringent identity verification from users. This can be activated for everyone across all systems-encompassing both cloud-based and on-site applications and endpoints-in your network. Utilize emAS to efficiently and seamlessly implement MFA within your organization, thus fortifying your business security.

Key Benefits of emAS MFA

Enhanced Security Levels

emAS MFA intensifies protection by demanding multiple verification methods
Enhanced Security Levels

Cloud and On-Premise

Equally efficient for both cloud-based and on-premises applications and systems
Cloud and On-Premise

Stringent Identity Verification

Requires rigorous user identity verification to protect your business
Stringent Identity Verification
Key Benefits of emAS MFA
All-Inclusive Coverage

All-Inclusive Coverage

Provides extensive defense for all users, systems, and network endpoints
Effortless Deployment

Effortless Deployment

Enables easy and efficient implementation of MFA in your organization
Reduced Attack Surface

Reduced Attack Surface

By deploying emAS MFA, potential cyber threats to your business are minimized

emAS System Architecture to Verify AD User Identities and Related Accounts

MFA System Architecture
  • Advanced Passwords
  • Digital Signatures
  • Smart Chip Cards
  • Email OTP
  • Fido Passkey
  • Hardware Tokens
  • Mobile Device Certificates
  • Desktop OTP
  • Mobile App OTP
  • SMS OTP
  • Biometric
  • Facial Recognition
  • QR Code
  • Grid Cards
  • Knowledge Base

Deployment Models

On Premise

On Premise

If you're looking to have Multifactor Authentication setup on your premise, no problem. It can operate out of physical infrastructure, or DevOps based architectures. Our professional services team can get you up and running with peace of mind that every piece of data resides within your walls.

Private Cloud

Private Cloud

emAS MFA can be deployed within your cloud environment whether it's on AWS, Azure, or GCP. In case you centrally manage your cloud infrastructure, or have a hybrid set up, eMudhra's team can work with you to establish the appropriate architecture to ensure it scales to your needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

EmAS MFA is a security measure that requires users to provide multiple forms of identification to verify their identity, providing enhanced protection for both cloud and on-premises applications.

EmAS MFA improves security by demanding multiple methods of verification, making unauthorized access to systems much more difficult and thus increasing overall security.

Yes, emAS MFA provides extensive protection for all users, systems, and endpoints within a network, ensuring a uniform level of security across the organization.

Yes, emAS MFA is equally efficient for both cloud-based and on-premises applications, ensuring a comprehensive security strategy regardless of the system type.

No, emAS MFA is designed for effortless deployment, allowing organizations to easily and efficiently implement multi-factor authentication.

emAS MFA requires rigorous user identity verification to access systems. It raises the bar for security by needing multiple forms of identification, making unauthorized access far more difficult.

emAS MFA reduces the attack surface by requiring multiple authentication factors. This makes unauthorized access more challenging, thus minimizing potential threats to your business.

Yes, emAS MFA allows users to perform self-service password resets and account unlocks after verifying their identity through the mandated authentication processes.

Yes, emAS MFA can secure access to a variety of endpoints, including machines running Windows, macOS, and Linux OS, as well as VPN and OWA logins.

Yes, emAS MFA can be integrated with single sign-on (SSO) systems to further enhance security by requiring additional authentication, including advanced methods such as biometrics.