Protect Against Account Takeover
Secure customer accounts by preventing account takeover, identity theft and other cyber crimes
An account takeover (ATO) is an identity attack where the hacker gains unauthorised access to your users’ accounts and steals money, credentials, or information. Did you know that 80% of targeted takeovers can be traced to weak or stolen passwords? That’s why Okta uses smart adaptive policies and strong authentication to prevent identity theft and cybercrime against your business and valuable consumer accounts.
The world’s largest companies trust Okta with their customer accounts
What types of cyber crime does Okta’s account takeover solution prevent?
We know attackers leverage a number of different attack vectors, so we built protections against the most common attack types.
We automatically analyse the risk from contextual signals associated with login requests, with no user input or interaction required. Our AMFA serves as powerful protection against cyber crime and account takeovers by:
Analysing signals associated with each authentication request
Using AI/ML in conjunction with a heuristics-based policy engine for security coverage
Integrating Okta’s threat-feed to provide insight into an attacker’s profile
Eliminating friction for legitimate users by only prompting MFA during elevated risk scenarios
As a vendor-neutral platform, Okta prioritises integration with the best security solutions available. We are not beholden to proprietary stacks, which frees you to choose the technologies that are just right for your customers. Take advantage of our best-in-class partnerships to provide complete protection against account takeovers.
Stop automated bots attempting identity-based attacks that result in account takeovers.
Prevent fraudsters from impersonating good users. Verify user identity before account or password reset.
Integrate with any 3rd party authenticator based on your business and customer needs.
Fraud and Risk
Add additional layers of protection during an in-application activity to stop transactional fraud.