Powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, Vigilance AI analyzes large volumes of data from first- and third-party sources to identify anomalies and prevent threats across your users and applications.
Vigilance AI leverages User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) capabilities to build a profile of typical user behavior and subsequently identify anomalies and prevent risk in real-time for advanced threat defense.
When Vigilance AI determines user behavior to be typical, it will lower authentication requirements to make life easier for your users.
For instance, when an employee frequently works from home, on the same device, from the same network, a password may be sufficient, rather than a full multi-factor authentication (MFA) challenge.
Based on the Verizon 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report, 80% of data breaches are caused by compromised, weak passwords, resulting in one of the highest risks for enterprises. SmartFactor Authentication delivers a context-aware authentication methodology based on Vigilance AI to move beyond text-based passwords.
OneLogin SmartFactor Authentication uses machine learning to determine whether to prompt users for multi-factor authentication (MFA). Building user profiles based on inputs including access networks, devices, geography, and time, Vigilance AI assesses the risk of new login attempts against the profile and feeds SmartFactor Authentication with intelligence to alter login requirements in real-time.
Login attempts with elevated risk scores are prompted for multi-factor authentication, denied access to particularly sensitive applications, or denied access to the portal entirely. As part of the OneLogin Trusted Experience Platform™, SmartFactor Authentication works with OneLogin Protect and third-party authentication providers.