Enhanced Authentication

“After using Enboard for a decade, the pay off is too great to quantify.”

Jorge Fernandez, Miami Dade County Public Schools

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Secure Access You Can Trust

Centralized Cross-Platform Authentication via Federation

In today’s digital world, ensuring the personal information of your students, staff, and administrators is secure is a top priority.

Enboard gives you peace-of-mind through enhanced verification, security safeguards, and deep domain expertise, that all sensitive student and staff data is properly safeguarded on secure networks.

Enboard’s Enhanced Authentication solution uses multiple factors and steps (multi-factor authentication – MFA) to authenticate website traffic and validate end users, meaning students and staff can securely access the information they need through the power of a centralized, highly available full identity provider and federation mechanism. The Enhanced Authentication product works with Enboard’s Single Sign-On (SSO) solution to provide cross-platform authentication, delivering secure, centralized access to digital textbooks and online curriculum.

Learn how to ensure sensitive data is safeguarded and users are always properly authenticated.

Praise for Enboard

“We see Enboard as pretty much an all-in-one solution that can be uniquely tailored to meet our specific needs.”

Walter White, Wake County Schools

“Enboard helped us recover a week of lost productivity during the busiest time of the year.”

Ryan Altemeyer, Baldwin County Public Schools

“After using Enboard for a decade, the pay off is too great to quantify.”

Jorge Fernandez, Miami Dade County Public Schools

“We see Enboard as pretty much an all-in-one solution that can be uniquely tailored to meet our specific needs.”

Walter White, Wake County Schools

“Just having all resources in one place- this is a huge benefit, especially with mobile devices."

Eric Brown, Guilford County NC Schools

“The password self-service saves us hundreds of man hours and the provisioning saves me having to hire two engineers.”

Ernie Stripling, Denton School District