Access to
Security

Combine a unique identifier device (aka a mobile phone) with contextual data, and you have secure, user-friendly two-factor authentication.

SMS OTP

OTP SMS

The most popular way to send one-time passcodes that’s easy to use and strong enough to meet the compliance requirements.

2fa

2FA

A full-featured robust API that detects the phone number type (mobile or landline) and sends the passcode via the appropriate channel (SMS or voice) – complete with multi-language and customization support.

Here're some great ways
to use Authentication in your business
Make the most of
tyntec's advanced features
Assured, speedy delivery

Using our direct connections to telecom operators, we ensure fast, secure delivery to the endpoint – and share the monitoring data with our customers. 

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Frictionless integration

Using our direct connections to telecom operators, we ensure fast, secure delivery to the endpoint – and share the monitoring data with our customers.

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Real-time verification

Building on our industry-leading number information service, we can dynamically adjust user authentication requirements depending on the threat level, using real-time phone number information such as roaming information, user location, and phone status (on/off).

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Choose
which service works best for you
2fa, SMS OTP, authentication

 

Key factors to consider
When choosing an authentication method

 

  • when does authentication become really critical?
  • is there a single most important factor when choosing an authentication method? (hint: users first)
  • is authentication bad for Customer experience?
  • what are the pros and cons of different methods?
  • why is SMS still the most popular delivery method for 2FA?
Authentication made easy
This is how it works

2fa, SMS OTP, authentication

 

  1. User attempts to verify a transaction online.
  2. Enterprise submits the number verification request to tyntec. tyntec creates a PIN and sends it via the most appropriate channel (SMS or voice).
  3. User receives the PIN and enters the code to verify the transaction.
  4. tyntec matches the entered PIN against the passcode sent to the user.
  5. Enterprise authorizes/denies the transaction.

Consumer Protection

Balancing usability and security

tyntec's partner Isaac Potoczny-Jones, CEO of Tozny, a leader in multi-factor authentication systems, discuss the common mistakes brands make with security.

 

Showcase

Check out this demo on CRM+Chatbot+Authentication shown at TADSummit 2017.

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