Extending your authentication layer to include user identity

The Solus Platform

For decades organisations have faced the dilemma of balancing the security of their application with providing an acceptable user experience. Information breaches seem to be occurring on a monthly basis which is damaging to the organisation in respect of reputation, lost revenue and can, in some cases, have regulatory impacts.

The Solus Platform provides single, (1FA) two factor (2FA) and multi-factor (MFA) authentication for users and enterprises. This authentication is typically based upon an individual's 'eye print', a scrambled multi-digit PIN or both.

Users are able to use their existing iOS or Android device which means they no longer need to rely on a dongle, token, fingerprint or card reader.

Solus Connect

Solus Connect provides the integration between devices such as Android or iOS smartphones and corporate back office systems. It can authenticate against typical third party providers such as Active Directory/LDAP or to a native application through the development of adaptors. Solus Connect can also be the primary authentication source in situations where third party authentication is not available or desirable.


Solus Connect provides a multi-tenanted service allowing more than one organisation to share the same instance. It can be hosted within a public cloud such as Microsoft Azure or in a corporate data centre creating a dedicated on-premise solution.


Solus Connect includes a simple workflow system to perform specific tasks. These tasks could be to authenticate a user or to poll a back office system such as active directory for any new users.

Workflows enable Solus Connect to be very adaptable helping it meet the needs of each organisation in respect of their processes and procedures.

Workflows are made up of activities. Some workflows may only have one or two activities where others could have several.


Typical use cases

Native or web based apps used in banking, eCommerce, Telco and citizen access to e-services are just some of the examples where organisations use Solus to increase security for both consumer and employee access. Solus can be used in conjunction with username and passwords during login or within an application where the user is wanting to transact or request access which might represent a higher risk such as when a user wants to approve a new account payee or add funds above a certain threshold. Solus is flexible enough to enforce authentication within any stage of the user journey.

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