by Jay Ouellette 0 Comments

Passwordless Authentication Methods for Account Access

Just a short time ago everyone was starting to talk about passwords diminishing from existence. New forms of proving an individual’s identity are getting better and better each month and the FIDO Alliance deserves all the recognition for making it possible. The FIDO Alliance is focused on making authentication secure for consumers without using common OTP methods. Passwordless authentication...

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Tags: 2FA, Authentication Security, MFA, Multi-Factor Authentication, #YubiKey, Duo Push Security, password habits, secure passwords, security risk, FIDO, FIDO Alliance, VoiceIt, Biometrics, vendor integrations, Benefits of 2FA, multilayer encryption, fingerprint readers, enable 2fa, security compliance, user profiles, end-users, cost-effective, password requirements, usual password, brute-force attacks, voice recognition, tailored authentication, web-key, bio-key

Ask Christopher - Why should I use the SQL Back-End with my PortalGuard implementation?

Knowing where to store user data is tough.  Many variables must be considered before making a final decision, and the choice itself is never easy.  PPortalGuard offers two different options for storing user-specific data: the file system and an SQL backend.  While the initial choice may be daunting, it really is a no-brainer when you think about it.

For many administrators, implementing an...

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Tags: CAS, PortalGuard, SQL, User Experience, data security, Single Sign-On, Ask Christopher, empower users, CAS SSO, compliances, administrator, online security, improve security, security compliance, SQL Monitoring Utility Tool, user profiles, features, user data, user-specific data, end-users, data compliance, NIST, web-utility, contextual Two-Factor Authentication, load balanced environments, cost-effective, reporting

by Eric Jeffers 0 Comments

PortalGuard Feature Highlight - SQL Monitoring Tool

SQL Monitoring Tool

If you answer YES to any of the below questions, then we highly recommend installing our SQL Monitoring tool on your PortalGuard Server.

  • Do you utilize SQL to store your PortalGuard user profiles?
  • Do you use the Admin Dashboard, Announcements, or Lanyard login?
  • Are you concerned that your SQL database cannot be reached from your PortalGuard server?
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Tags: Multi-Factor Authentication, PortalGuard, SQL, Self-Service Password Reset, Single Sign-On (SSO), Two-Factor Authentication, Lanyard Login, development server, administrator, security applications, SQL Monitoring Utility Tool, user profiles, dashboard, features, SQL Connectivity issues