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Plurilock vs. PingID

How do these product families stack up?

Key Facts and Features

   Multi-factor authentication
    Continuous authentication
   Requires no additional devices
   Requires no new login steps
   Normally invisible to users
   Adaptive and risk-based
   Behavioral factors
   Difficult to overcome via theft
   Mobile step-up capability
    Easy corporate deployment
    Affordable for most companies

Disclaimer: The data shown above represents the opinion of Plurilock, Inc. and is not based on, nor does it include, data or analysis provided by any third parties. This information is provided only for comparison purposes. This data is intended neither to encourage nor discourage the use of PingID or any other product. All trademarks shown are the property of their respective owners.

About Plurilock

Plurilock is the leading provider of invisible and continuous risk-based multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions.

Plurilock products enable strong background MFA by using machine learning to analyze behavioral-biometric, environmental, and contextual identity factors.

About PingID

PingID is an identity provider that offers a variety of solutions including SSO, MFA, access security, and API-based solutions.

PingID uses mobile swipe, tap, fingerprint, facial recognition, and SMS to authenticate users on their devices, as well as alternative second-factors like one-time passcodes, voice, and email OTP and YubiKey.



External Reviews for PingID

4 (4 stars)

“Ping Identity is a powerful product suite, that has enabled us to solve complex identity access management challenges. I.e Identity federation and biometric authentication using PingID SDK. The main area where the product suit[e] is lacking is automation and cloud readiness and enabling of devops best practice. Ping professional services have provided invaluable support in our initial setup and roll out. ”

Read more PingID reviews on Gartner Peer Insights 

4 (4 stars)

“I think it is really easy to use, I remember that setting PingID for the first time on my phone was very very easy. I've never really had any issues with it – I really like the option of using a manual code if or when your mobile device doesn't have access to a network (very helpful when trying to connect on airplanes and your phone doesn't have service). Changing to a new device is a such a hassle. It took me about two days to finally do it and I had to reach out to our IT department for help. The issue might have been that I didn't disable my old device first, however it was not an easy process and it ended up causing issues with other applications that use PingID (like VPN for example).”

Read more PingID reviews on G2 

2.5 (2.5 stars)

“It is efficient to have a platform with one login to access all programs that I might need while working in the office. It is also nice to keep one login ID and password when previously the several different programs needed have different password requirements and different expiring password cycles. This simplifies and streamlines that process. It's not as easy to use from home: sometimes it logs on and has all my applications, and sometimes I get an error message and still have to go to each site individually. Most frequently I get an error message and am unable to use it. ”

Read more PingID reviews at G2 

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