Multi-Factor Authentication also referred to as Two-Factor Authentication, is a security enhancement or an additional security layer for credentials. Businesses can protect their sensitive data by requiring users to perform additional steps during the login process, ensuring blocked access during a possible attack.
What it Does
Have you ever received an email from HR requesting you to change your direct deposit information?
Has a wire transfer ever been compromised, resulting in a large sum of money being transferred to a foreign country?
Have you ever been phished, and it resulted in a sensitive data being stolen?
Do any of those situations sound familiar? If so, we’re here to help! Falling to phishing attacks is becoming one of the biggest threats to organizations. The act of someone unknowingly, but willingly, giving their credentials to a malicious source. Granting them access to their email account, history, and potentially other core business apps if users are using the same password.
Features & Benefits
Increase Identity Security
Requires a second form of authentication (code on app, phone call, or text) – tied ONLY to that user
- Requires real-time access to a user’s device
- This cannot be written down, saved, or fail to common weak points
Protect Access to Critical Resources
When credentials (username and password) are compromised, MFA prevents login attempts without access to the user’s phone
Demonstrates Strong Security Presences
When it comes time for an audit, auditors will want to see this
Update Password Requirements
No need to rotate passwords every 90 days, meaning the duration can be as infrequent as once per year. Thus, a more complex password is required
Integration of Core Business Apps
Whether you use Office 365, RDS environment, or any QR code integrated app, MFA will seamlessly integrate with your core business applications
Stay Compliant & Ahead of the Threat Landscape!
- All entities that e-prescribe controlled substances
- All medical facilities accepting credit cards and must comply with PCI DSS
- NIST SP 800-171 requires multi-factor authentication (MFA)
- All local and remote privileged account access
- Users who access controlled unclassified information (CUI)
- All remote access into the cardholder environment
- PCI DSS Requirement 8.2
- Users must present a minimum of two forms of authentication
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