Users can access multiple applications by authenticating only once, providing a simplified experience for state workforce users.
2-Factor Authentication (2FA)
Ensures a greater level of security by requiring users to provide two different means of verifying their identity.
Identify and authenticate the legitimacy of a person to meet advanced security standards or requirements.
Automated log collection and analysis with advanced correlation and pattern recognition to help detect and prevent fraudulent activity..
Manage changes to user access, based on identity attributes and roles, throughout the user account’s lifecycle.
Eliminates the need to manage multiple user IDs and passwords to access web software applications, improving access and boosting user adoption.
Record, observe and investigate user behavior in near real-time, allowing for rapid response to fraudulent or suspect user behavior.
Self-service capability for registration, ID, password, and profile management, providing the user with more control over their information.
With one OH|ID account, citizens or businesses can sign in to multiple government agency systems more securely. OH|ID encrypts the personal information of each user separately, using a unique value generated from each user’s password. Only the user has the key. Only the user knows the password. And only the user can decrypt their information.