Entersekt, backed by Accel-KKR, is how the financial world can finally access one cross-channel platform for secure, frictionless authentication of customers and payments alike.

Features & Benefits

Offer seamless advanced authentication options

Protecting your customers’ accounts shouldn’t mean added effort for them. Offer secure, easy access through multi-factor authentication that suits their needs - whether that's a branded, FI-specific app, or leveraging biometrics on their PCs and mobile devices.

Trust your customers’ devices to enable better user experiences

We have helped secure almost 80 million devices while limiting device drift and avoiding device collision. Identify your customers and offer better experiences by transforming their mobile apps and desktop browsers into compliant possession factors of authentication with our patented technology.

Eliminate account takeover and SIM-swap fraud

Fraud is a lucrative business for scammers, leading to financial losses, a breakdown in trust between an institution and their customers and damage to credibility. Protect your customers against account takeover fraud commonly associated with traditional OTP authentication - such as SIM swap fraud.

Secure authentication without an app

Up until now, more common authentication methods have relied on the presence of a mobile app to be effective, but other methods exist to reach customers without an app – whether they’re on a browser or a mobile device. Enable your customers to easily set up and take advantage of biometric authentication that works across channels - all without needing an additional app.

Offer a seamless and more secure way for your clients to reset passwords

Password resets can cost up to $3 per incident, with thousands of incidents occurring every month. Remove the burden of cost from your call center with a seamless biometric solution that your customers are already familiar with.

Secure high-risk transactions including P2P and Instant Payments

If you are not yet convinced of the vulnerabilities around OTPs, the risks associated with instant payments should be enough to sway you, especially considering more than 47% of Americans are planning to or have used a P2P payment service.