Clavister introduces EasyAccess 3.0 – Identity and Access Management with superior user experience

Clavister introduces EasyAccess 3.0 – Identity and Access Management with superior user experience

Utilizing biometric authentication with phone-as-a-token methods for secure “passwordless” access to SaaS and on-prem applications, Clavister’s new EasyAccess brings improved access security combined with simplified remote desktop functionality, empowering IT departments and lowering cost.

Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, 17 September 2019. Clavister, a leader in cybersecurity solutions, announces the launch of its newest Clavister EasyAccess 3.0 product to meet the growing complexity in managing identities of users and ensuring that correct access is provided at all times. This new version is designed to improve end-user experience and IT administration efficiency.

According to Gartner “By 2021, more than 80% of organizations will use access management software or services, up from 55% today.”* and “By 2022, 70% of enterprises using biometric authentication for workforce access will implement it via smartphone apps, regardless of the endpoint device being used, which is up from fewer than 5% today.”**

In this rapidly growing market Clavister EasyAccess 3.0 will provide a complete and integrated product ensuring vastly simplified experience for end-users enabling direct secure access to VPN, SaaS services and on-premises applications with single-sign-on. Together with mobile application Clavister OneTouch the solution will provide biometric authentication capabilities to enable a true secure passwordless experience.

“IT managers are worried about the discipline that their users apply to their password complexity as it’s natural for users to take shortcuts in complex login procedures. With Clavister EasyAccess 3.0, we are able resolve both the security and user experience aspects with a very attractive price,” states Thomas Vasen, Commercial Solution Manager at Clavister.

Key benefits:

  • Outstanding end user experience utilizing biometric authentication with phone-as-a-token methods for secure “passwordless” access to on-prem and SaaS applications.
  • Improved access security with simplified remote desktop functionality through privilege-controlled web portal.
  • Integrated password management off-loading IT departments and lowering cost.

The product includes a single-sign-on web portal integrating access to SaaS applications as well as on-prem. The portal is personalized after the user’s privileges and reverse proxy capabilities provide an extra layer of security for intranet sites. The solution also includes Remote Desktop functionality in HMTL5—enabling IT administrators to offer simplified remote access to employees, contractors and temporary workers. Integrated optional Clavister EasyPassword will enable self-sufficient password management – further driving down operational IT costs.

Clavister EasyAccess 3.0 can be deployed directly inside the Enterprise, in the Cloud or be hosted by a Managed Security Service Provider. It is an integral part of the Clavister Aurora portfolio and thus tightly integrated with Clavister InCenter for security analytics as well as the rest of Clavister’s cybersecurity solutions and is available for partners on MyClavister starting today.


Find out more of how Clavister EasyAccess 3.0 can help protect your business

For more information or media inquiries contact
David Stillman
Marketing Manager


Clavister is a leading European cybersecurity vendor with over 20 years of experience. Seated in Sweden, the company has customers—communication service providers, governments, enterprises and managed security service providers (MSSPs)—in more than 150 countries. Clavister provides unique security solutions to protect their digital assets and secure business continuity. The stock, Clavister Holding AB, is listed at NASDAQ First North under short name CLAV.

* From: Gartner “How to Make the Right Choices for Access Management and Single Sign-On,” Gregg Kreizman, Anmol Singh, 13 May 2019
From: Gartner “Predicts 2019: Identity and Access Management,” Ant Allan, et al,  13 December 2018