Multi-account security protection solutions
3-Step Account Security Protection
For added gateway protection, users go through a 3-step login process, including the initial password
submission, one-time token authentication and a PIN passcode.
• Valid Passwords are 8 to 32 characters in length with no spaces , include upper and lower case characters,
include at least one numeric digit, and include at least one special character such as - . , @ : ! $ /.
• Passwords are case sensitive.
• Do not select a password that is similar to the Company Name.
• We recommend changing the password every 30 days and Phonexa's Two-Factor Authentication.
Keep the bad guys out, even if they steal your password through malicious software. Phonexa secures your account by requiring a mandatory second login step. Two-Factor Authentication protects against phishing, social engineering and password brute-force attacks and secures your logins from attackers exploiting weak or stolen credentials.
Flexible ACL System
The ACL, or access control list, is a list of permissions attached to individual operations. Phonexa’s flexible
ACL System allows for combinable user roles, an additional password layer for modules with sensitive data, and the ability to fine-tune system privileges on the individual user level.
Brute-Force Password Attack Prevention System
Also known as brute-force cracking, this specific attack uses trial and error to decode encrypted data throughextensive effort. To combat brute-force attacks, Phonexa’s system creates captcha for each login and automatically locks the account after a certain amount of failed login attempts, notifying the administrator of the activities.
PCI DSS Compliant
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is a set of policies and procedures intended to optimize the security of transactions and protect against the misuse of personal information. PCI DSS ensures a secure network, encryption of sensitive data including banking information and Social Security numbers, among other enforcement measures.