Secure Password Management with IdentityOS®
Strong passwords and secure management without the friction.
Password Management Done within the Safety of Your User’s Device
The IdentityOS app delivers secure, frictionless password management for your users from within the secure environment of their JumpCloud-managed MacOS and Windows devices.
Minimize Security Risks
Peace-of-mind login and password changes; the JumpCloud IdentityOS app minimizes phishing risk and ensures your employees can safely manage their credentials within their JumpCloud-managed device.
Employees updating and managing their own credentials has never been easier (or more secure). The JumpCloud app installed on the employee’s device enables convenient management of the employee’s credentials without the need for IT to intervene.
Strong Passwords Made Easy
User-friendly employee password update reminders, password rotations and complexity checks can be automated through the IdentityOS app.
Simple to Use Applet
A simple-to-use applet that works seamlessly with Windows or MacOS devices provides end users with direct access to the mechanisms they need to update and manage their core JumpCloud account password.
One Change To Rule Them All
Create, maintain and use strong passwords across all the applications you use. Whenever an end user changes their JumpCloud password via the applet it is reflected across all applications, systems, networks and services they use that same account for.
Notifications and Reminders
An intuitive end user workflow and automated reminders ensure password compliance is maintained across your organization.
Security At Its Core
Works seamlessly across JumpCloud’s identity, access and device management solutions to enable secure remote access to virtually all IT resources without the complexity.
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