PistolStar Inc. PortalGuard: SSO meets MFA
The convergence of single sign-on portals with multifactor authentication is happening with more frequency. A good example is PistolStar’s PortalGuard, which comes as several Windows Server applications that will require a variety of Microsoft services, including IIS, SQL Server and .Net Framework. PortalGuardsupports an array of tokens, including Google Authenticator, its own mobile OTP app for Android and iPhones, RSA SecurID, and Yubico Yubikeys. The product comes with its own brand of risk-based authentication. A variety of APIs are available, so you can build into your own apps. The standard on-premises server starts at $15,000 for the first year with subsequent years at $5,000, including support, up to 10,000 concurrent users and tokens, both soft and some hard.