Tokenless Authentication

RSA SecurID® Risk-Based Authentication

RSA SecurID Risk-Based Authentication enhances the traditional username and password log-in experience with a risk scoring engine that validates the legitimacy of user access requests. It looks at information about the devices employees use to initiate access requests as well as their typical log-in patterns.


Centralized Management

Centralized Management

The RSA Authentication Manager platform provides administrators and end users with a centralized, customizable and self-service management console.

Real-Time Risk Scoring

Real-Time Risk Scoring

A risk engine scores each authentication request in real time based on information about a user’s device and the user’s typical log-in pattern.

Step-Up Authentication

Step-Up Authentication

An additional form of authentication is only required when a transaction or access request is deemed high risk or appears unusual for the end user. Step-up authentication may ask end users to answer a life question or complete an on-demand SMS authentication.

One Combined Lifetime License

One Combined Lifetime License

We offer both risk-based authentication and on-demand SMS authentication on a combined lifetime license.


Supports a wide range of applications, including SSL VPN, Outlook Web Access and web portals, with cost-effective risk-based authentication.

Proven technology currently employed by more than 350 million users worldwide.

Provides users with a convenient, unnoticeable way to authenticate via a web interface that does not rely on traditional security tokens.

Protects your extended enterprise—including mobile and remote employees, vendors, partners and contractors—with a two-factor authentication system that leverages behavioral analytics to validate access requests.

Want a Demo?

Sign up for a free demo today and watch our products in action.

Free MFA?

A special offer to try our advanced mobile authenticators for FREE*?

Want to Talk?

Speak with an RSA expert anytime or schedule a meeting.