Two-Factor Authentication

Two-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication is an electronic authentication method in which a computer user is granted access to a website or application only after successfully presenting two or more pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism. Single-Sign-On allows you to...
Two-Factor Authentication

Single Sign-On

SSO allows you to authenticates your users with your existing enterprise sign-on pages. Management of user credentials then happens outside of Wordbee. The SSO configuration uses the SAML-2 industry standard. This makes it very likely that your existing user...
Network/IP Addresses Restrictions

Network/IP Addresses Restrictions

The Network Restrictions section may be used to enter one or multiple IP Addresses or an IP Address Range for restricting access to your platform. Any user who does not have a compatible IP Address will not be allowed to log in. You can restrict access to your...
Advanced Security Settings

Advanced Security Settings

Advanced security settings are in place to secure access to your Wordbee platform and the language data you store on it. There is a mandatory password policy specifying the minimum length/characters and the expiration period. The system administrator can restrict...
Account Information and Password Management

Account Information and Password Management

Every user with login, can control their account details, starting from first and last name to the login details. This will allow the users to update their details as per their preference, and to change the login details with their unified password to ease the login...

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