Risk-Based Authentication (RBA), also known as Adaptive Authentication, is a form of a powerful authentication process that utilizes a set of rules to determine the risk score of that transaction by considering comprehensive factors such as IP address, browser, physical location, user role, behavior, devices type, day/time, consecutive login failure and such others to granting access. The RBA solution calculates an aggregate risk score for each user login and enforces flexible authentication based on those risk scores.
As part of the research “SPARK Matrix™: Risk-Based Authentication (RBA), 2022” Quadrant Knowledge Solutions conducted an in-depth analysis of major risk-based authentication (RBA) vendors by evaluating their products, market presence, and customer value proposition. Based on the analysis, the study provides competition analysis and ranking of the leading vendors in the form of SPARK Matrix. The evaluation is based on the primary research with expert interviews, analysis of use cases, and Quadrant’s internal analysis of the overall RBA market. The SPARK Matrix evaluation examined vendors including Accops. Appgate, Broadcom, CoffeeBean Technology, CyberArk, Duo Security (Cisco), ForgeRock, IBM, Kount, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, LoginRadius, Microsoft, Okta, OneLogin, OneSpan, Ping Identity, Prove, RSA Security, SecureAuth, Silverfort, Swivel Secure, and TransUnion.
Quadrant Knowledge Solutions research analyzes market dynamics, growth opportunities, emerging technology trends, and the vendor ecosystem of the global market. This research provides strategic information for technology vendors to better understand the market supporting their growth strategies and for users to evaluate different vendor capability, competitive differentiation, and market position.
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