Engyne is an authentication platform that allows mobile users to authenticate to web, mobile, desktop, smart tv, game consoles, or any hardware device that runs embedded software.
The Engyne smartphone application allows your users to sign in using the bio ID reader available on the phone (both touch-ID and face-ID are supported). This will validate the user's identity and will eliminate risks of impersonation if the phone is compromised. No username or password is required anymore!
You can continue using whatever authentication methods that you are using on your applications. Integrating with Engyne will just add a new way for your users to authenticate. Register your application, and use Engyne Authentication API to render the QR code in your login page. The Engyne Authentication Server notifies you when a user authorizes authentication to your application. Your application can then use the API to authenticate and get the application specific authentication payload.
Secure and Intuitive User Experience
Tired of using the same username and password for all applications? Frustrated with generating and maintaining complicated passwords? Concerned about sharing credentials? Your users will just scan your login page with Engyne app and automatically log in. Engyne app and Authentication server do not store the user credentials and are virtually hacker proof. Engyne app can be used for authentication, multi-factor identification, e-signature, authorization, and performing smartphone-friendly tasks on behalf of your application.
Save Money and Stay Focused
The hacking attacks costs $15.4 million per year for an average American firm, double the global average of $7.7 million! Engyne eliminates authentication related security risks, including phishing attacks. Engyne warns the user if it does not recognize the application, and will not provide the same application specific credentials to the application that is trying to impersonate yours. It also relies on the user's bio-id and can provide user's geographical location to your application, to enforce geofencing policies.
How Does It Work?
See how a web application can integrate with the Engyne Authentication Platform: