Protecting Workstations With Next Level Security

AuthX maintains the security of your identity and workstations by utilizing the broadest range of authentication techniques.
Workforce Security Ashwin Salunke April 14, 2022

Easily Access Your Workstation

Mobile 2FA, biometrics, RFID, and hardware tokens can be used to create secure access for your workstation. Go beyond 2FA by combining any factors without a password and using MFA to enable a Zero Trust environment.

Rather than easily compromised passwords, use the market's leading face and finger technologies to authenticate your workforce.
By requesting a prompt or using mobile biometrics, you can use the AuthX mobile app to receive push notifications to approve workstation logins.
Tapping your badge or proximity card to the reader is a quick way to gain access to your workstation and allows you to reuse existing credential infrastructure.
Support for hardware tokens such as Symantec and YubiKey makes it simple to secure your workstation without relying on a mobile device.
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Learn how to use AuthX to securely access your desktop or laptop.

Embrace Zero-Trust Architecture for Enhanced Security

Every workstation that your employees use is part of your overall business network. Having dependable workstation login solutions that provide robust security features is essential for keeping unauthorized users out of your systems.

This is made even more critical if you have shared workstations with multiple users. Using authentication methods like mobile biometrics and hardware tokens allows for a more secure workstation authentication flow as part of a Zero Trust model that provides overall workforce security. With these solutions in place, it’s easy for users to log in and out of their shared devices whenever they need.

AuthX, which is powered by Zscaler’s zero trust architecture, provides a secure authentication layer for online applications, in addition to MFA.

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Allow Your Users To Go Password-Free At Ease

Remotely lock and unlock your workstation from the mobile app using AuthX’s Mobile Enabled Desktop Access solution. Receive notifications when your workstation is unlocked and idle, allowing you to secure it from a distance.

Available Offline Workstation Access

he rise of the remote workplace means you need flexible workstation protection solutions that work regardless of your physical location. If you are working offline, you can still access your workstation using the AuthX mobile app. Simply scan a QR code displayed on your desktop and enter the one-time PIN displayed on your phone. Maintaining remote workforce security is that simple. This can be especially useful for employees who are out in the field, traveling or working at a different location but still need to access their portable workstation devices.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Cyberattacks target web applications with weak passwords and no security layer added to workstations

Biometric, mobile, one-time password (OTP), and token-based authentications are all available with AuthX Multi-factor Authentication.

All types of hardware devices can be integrated into AuthX’s security solutions. These include any laptops, desktops, smartphones or tablets that may be networked within your business’ data infrastructure.

AuthX, in collaboration with Zscaler’s Zero-Trust cloud, adds a secure authentication layer to provide users with seamless multifactor authentication. Existing Zscaler customers can use AuthX Single Sign On for free.

AuthX SCIM technology adds a layer of security to your organization. Adding multi-factor authentication to protect your workstation makes rapid provisioning even easier.

Additional Platform Features


Identity Access Management

IAM is a technology that ensures users' identities and verifies and controls access to digital resources.

Single Sign-On

MFA implementation will result in increased security and, ultimately, a less stressful user experience.

Multifactor Authentication

With a single login credential, you can easily authenticate to multiple web applications.