Account protection

Account protection

2-factor authentication

ApprovalMax provides a 2-factor authentication mechanism to protect users from account takeover attacks.


Account takeover protection

ApprovalMax protects our users against data breaches by monitoring and blocking brute force attacks.



For questions related to information security, please refer to our Security Portal.
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