Stop credential stuffing attacks and say goodbye to password resets with the industry’s leading decentralized authentication suite.
HYPR’s Decentralized Client and Authentication Server are designed for rapid deployment across millions of users, enterprise-ready and fully interoperable with your existing IAM/IdP environment. Deploy true password-less security in only minutes by integrating HYPR into mobile, web, and desktop applications with a simple app update.
HYPR eliminates centralized passwords and ensures that your users’ credentials always remain safe on their personal devices, reducing the risk of account takeover to save you millions of dollars in fraud-related costs.
STOP MASS BREACHES
By storing user credentials such as biometrics, PINs and passwords safely on users’ personal devices, HYPR significantly reduces the risk of a centralized data breach while enhancing security of online services.
REDUCE PASSWORD RESETS & IT COSTS
Never reset a password again. HYPR has saved enterprises millions in development and service costs by reducing passwords resets, help desk requests and call center inquiries.
Decentralized authentication is critical to enabling true password-less security by ensuring a user’s credentials are stored safely on their personal mobile device.
HYPR leverages a FIDO-Certified PKI architecture to enable secure decentralized authentication. At the time of registration, a user’s private key is generated from a biometric such as a fingerprint or face and is used to sign transactions initiated by a relying party. Raw biometric data is never sent over the air and user credentials are never stored in a centralized repository.
“HYPR’s ability to stop credential reuse can significantly reduce the collateral damage from breaches that happen outside of your control.”
Bill Cardwell Fmr. VP Information Security, Prudential
Mass breaches and credential reuse happen because of centralized passwords. Unlike legacy authentication providers, HYPR decentralizes users’ credentials onto their personal devices. This approach eliminates the attacker’s favorite target – the credential store – and the collateral damage from the breaches outside of your control.