Secure every step of your customer’s digital identity journey
Transmit Security provides modular, plug-and-play CIAM services for authentication, risk detection and identity verification. We combine developer-friendly design with robust security to inherently improve the user experience.
Microsoft and Transmit Security are partnering to elevate Azure Active Directory B2C platform with passwordless customer authentication. The Transmit Security passwordless authentication service is now available on Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory (AD) B2C Gallery. With a cloud-native passwordless service, companies using Azure can now strengthen security to meet stringent compliance mandates for strong multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Transmit Security provides modular, pre-built, plug-and-play identity services. Below you'll find some of the benefits your organization can experience when you integrate Transmit Security with Microsoft Azure Active Directory B2C.
- One-Step Passwordless MFA - Authentication options include FIDO2-based passwordless, Passkeys and traditional multifactor authentication services that don’t require apps or agents.
- Universal Login Experiences -Features such as cloud-synced credentials, cross-platform device recovery, and cross-device authentication offer a seamless omnichannel experience.
- Unmatched Privacy Compliance -We continually address changes to the FIDO2 protocol and passkeys implementations so you don’t have to scramble to maintain compliance.
- Unique User Identification - Transmit Security delivers cross-device support and transfer of trust between all devices without any proximity requirements.
For a simple step-by-step guide on how to configure passwordless authentication with Azure Active Directory B2C (Azure AD B2C) visit Microsoft’s Gallery. The Transmit Security passwordless authentication service ensures a smooth sign-in experience for all customers across every device and channel. You’ll prevent fraud and all types of credential theft — from phishing, smishing and credential stuffing to man-in-the-middle attacks. By removing passwords completely, your greatest security risk is gone.