Specialist MFA Vendor IDEE GmbH & UK Digital Transformation powerhouse, Bell Integration Agree New Partnership to Provide Phish-proof MFA.
MFA specialist IDEE GmbH and Bell Integration agree on new partnership to prevent all credential phishing and password-based attacks across several use cases including employee MFA, supply chain authentication and CIAM.
Munich, Germany – April 11, 2023: As one of the most recognised names in the UK IT industry, Bell Integration, offers IT expertise and services with broad capabilities including managed services for clients on multiple continents.
The IDEE – Bell partnership allows Bell to deliver on an MFA solution that prevents all types of credential phishing and password-based attacks and not just minimize the risk of some types of phishing, such as brute force attacks. Organizations find it too challenging to acquire, manage, and administer additional devices for each user to perform MFA. In some use cases involving suppliers, partners, or consumers, second devices simply cannot be enforced.
Push, QR, OTP and SMS based MFA with less robust architectures demand much longer and more complex projects from planning to implementation. With passwords remaining, there are no net gains to be had in ownership costs either. With limited cyber security expertise and resources available, this scenario is simply unsustainable. Neither service providers nor end customers win with this approach. AuthN by IDEE provides Bell with a phish-proof, single-device proposition that requires no further software or hardware and that can be deployed in just minutes, making it an ideal fit for managed services at scale. With common systems upgraded to SaaS passwordless MFA with AuthN, customers save money too with password management being drastically reduced to a bare minimum.
Bell sees a great fit with many of the use cases it serves within financial services and the telco industries. AuthN by IDEE is the perfect addition to a fast-growing MSP business, with virtually instant phishing protection for Microsoft, AWS, Google Workspace, VPNs, and other remote desktop/server sessions.