Agreement-based Logical Access

Conditional Access

Agreement Based Logical Access

In the IT, legal, healthcare, financial, and various other sectors, trust and security are paramount in the digital realm. The act of signing terms and conditions (like NDAs before entering a dataroom, complying with regulations like GDPR) as a prerequisite for gaining access, creates a secure digital environment for sensitive data and information.

Taking access a step further

What is Agreement Based
Logical Access?

Sign Digital Contracts during MFA login process

When logging in meets legality

OpenOTP Security Suite offers conditional access based on time-stamped eIDAS e-signatures of agreements, merging authentication and signing into one efficient process.

These steps are usually separate, time-consuming and can be quite costly. OpenOTP Security Suite streamlines them.

Sign Digital Contracts during MFA login process! Users log in and/or authenticate and sign agreements, such as Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) or contracts in one go, and any changes in the agreement trigger a new signature request, enhancing security and ensuring the latest terms.

seamless login and agreement signing like NDAs, with OpenOTP Security Suite, enhancing security and efficiency.
Benefits of OpenOTP integration : streamlined user journeys, enhanced security with MFA, and paperless operations.

This integration not only simplifies user journeys but also saves time and resources while promoting a paperless environment.

If Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is added during the login process, you are always assured that the right person is granted the right access.

It is a transformative solution for businesses, aligning perfectly with the digital age’s demands for efficiency, security, and sustainability.

OpenOTP generates complete, signed, and stamped legal documents, making it a game-changer in access control & e-signature integration.

Agreement Based Access Process

Streamlined, simple & fast
1. User requesting access
2. Agreement sent to user's mobile
3. User reviews & signs agreement
4. User MFA (if enabled)
5. User access granted

Compliance Related Problems

Battling laws & regulations
Complex compliance challenges faced by companies across various sectors in a dynamic global business landscape.

Companies across various sectors, including financial services, education, healthcare, and more, are grappling with a growing array of compliance challenges in today’s regulatory landscape.
These challenges stem from an increasingly complex web of laws, regulations, and industry standards aimed at protecting consumer rights, data privacy, financial stability, and public health.

The global nature of business operations has intensified these compliance concerns, as companies often need to navigate a patchwork of international regulations and cross-border legal frameworks.

Navigating this intricate compliance landscape has become not just a legal obligation but a strategic imperative for businesses, as failure to do so can lead to regulatory penalties, reputational damage, and financial losses.

In this dynamic environment, staying proactive and agile in addressing compliance challenges has become a crucial aspect of corporate governance and risk management.

Main sectors facing compliance challenges

Financial Services
Financial compliance includes Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations that require vigilant transaction monitoring, Know Your Customer (KYC) mandates demanding rigorous client identity verification, data privacy laws such as GDPR requiring robust customer data protection, and for European banks, the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) introducing Open Banking requirements.
All the above require substantial investments in resources and technology to ensure compliance and financial integrity.
Healthcare compliance includes a broad range of regulations, including patient data privacy (HIPAA in the United States), clinical trials, billing and coding (ICD-10), as well as European standards such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Medical Devices Regulation (MDR).
These challenges demand meticulous adherence to regulations to protect patient confidentiality, ensure accurate billing practices, maintain the highest standards of care, and navigate a complex web of international and regional compliance standards to avoid legal repercussions and financial penalties.
Technology & Data Privacy
Technology and data privacy compliance is a multifaceted landscape, with key regulations such as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in the EU and CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) in California, USA, shaping its contours. These mandates necessitate robust security measures, including encryption (e.g., AES-256) and secure access controls (e.g., IAM - Identity & Access Management).
Organizations must also implement robust policies for data retention (e.g., GDPR's right to be forgotten) and data breach notification (e.g., GDPR's 72-hour notification rule). This compliance framework is crucial for safeguarding PII (Personally Identifiable Information) and sensitive data, reducing the risk of regulatory fines.
These regulations require robust data encryption, secure storage, and comprehensive privacy policies to mitigate the risk of data breaches and legal consequences.
Insurance Services
In the United States, insurance compliance entails adhering to state-level regulations, which include licensing and reporting requirements. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) imposes federal mandates on health insurers, while the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) provides model laws, like the Model Insurance Data Security Act, for cybersecurity standards.
In Europe, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforces strict data protection rules for insurers, while the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) harmonizes insurance distribution across the EU. Solvency II is a comprehensive framework focusing on financial stability, and European regulations emphasize consumer protection in areas like pre-contractual information and claims handling, ensuring policyholder interests are safeguarded.
The adoption of e-signatures in various sectors introduces specific compliance challenges related to the legal validity and security of electronically signed documents. In the European Union, the eIDAS (Electronic Identification, Authentication, and Trust Services) Regulation lays down stringent requirements for electronic signatures, ensuring their legal validity and security.
In the United States, electronic signatures are regulated primarily under the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA). Both ESIGN and UETA establish a legal framework for electronic signatures, making them legally binding and enforceable, provided certain conditions are met.
Educational institutions face a blend of regulations, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Title IX, which aim to protect student privacy and ensure equal educational opportunities. The rise of online learning platforms introduces data privacy concerns, requiring compliance with data protection laws.
Legal compliance is the process of adhering to laws, regulations, and standards relevant to an organization's operations. This includes a wide range of legal requirements, such as employment laws (e.g., minimum wage and workplace safety regulations), tax regulations (e.g., filing accurate tax returns), industry-specific rules (e.g., pharmaceutical regulations for drug manufacturers), and environmental mandates (e.g., emissions limits and waste disposal regulations).
Maintaining legal compliance is essential for avoiding legal penalties, protecting an organization's reputation, and ensuring ethical business practices. It requires ongoing monitoring, policy implementation, and a commitment to operating within the boundaries of the law.
Telecommunications compliance refers to the adherence of regulations and standards within the telecommunications industry. It encompasses various aspects, including data privacy (such as GDPR or CCPA for customer data), network security (for safeguarding against cyber threats), and regulatory requirements set by governmental bodies , ensuring fair competition and consumer protection. Compliance in telecommunications is crucial to maintain network integrity, protect customer data, and promote a level playing field among industry players.

OpenOTP Security Suite, the Solution

100% Customizable & Paperless

WebADM, Your IAM Solution

OpenOTP Security Suite is managed in the WebADM platform. It offers a robust solution to address compliance requirements effectively. This powerful Identity & Access Management (IAM) platform provides organizations with a comprehensive set of features and policies to ensure compliance with regulatory standards.

Companies can implement Multi-Factor Authentication, fine-grained access controls, and user provisioning policies that align with specific compliance mandates. This not only enhances security but also streamlines auditing and reporting processes, enabling organizations to demonstrate their commitment to compliance while safeguarding sensitive data and resources.

The paperless & timesaving capabilities of this integrated solution significantly reduce administrative overhead, making compliance efforts more efficient and cost-effective.

WebADM: Identity and Access Management solution for compliance with Multi-Factor Authentication, fine-grained access controls, ,streamlined auditing and agreements signing.
Secure mobile authentication and agreement signing for MFA and compliance

OpenOTP Token App

The free OpenOTP Token application offers a convenient solution for employees to receive Push Notifications as well as agreements to sign as part of the MFA process.

This app empowers users with the ability to securely authenticate and sign agreements via their mobile devices, eliminating the need for physical paperwork and cumbersome manual processes.

Its user-friendly interface and robust security features not only simplify document signing but also ensure the integrity and authenticity of these critical compliance records.

Since many organizations are already using it for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), this additional feature comes at no extra cost, providing an integrated and seamless solution for both security and compliance needs.