Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Don’t rely on passwords alone to secure your accounts

Can you protect your business from this?

Unfortunately, in most cases, your employees will do as they’re asked.

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Phishing attacks are one of the biggest threats to businesses

If an employee is tricked into sharing their credentials with a cybercriminal, it can cost their company thousands or even millions of dollars.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), also called Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), is a security enhancement that provides a secondary login credential in addition to the primary password. This can include a one-time code sent to a personal device, or a biometric challenge like a fingerprint scan. If a cybercriminal somehow obtains the primary password, they will be stopped by the secondary MFA requirement.
Businesses can protect themselves by requiring all employees to perform this secondary verification of identity during the login process, increasing protection against any possible attack.

Our Multi-Factor Authentication Solutions

Having Charles IT safeguard your priceless data by deploying this extra layer of protection may help you save millions!

Increased identity security

Increased identity security

Requires a second form of authentication (push notification, code on app, phone call, or text).

Strong security presence

Strong security presences

When it comes time for an audit, MFA will show auditors your business is taking security seriously.

Updated password requirements

Updated password requirements

No need to rotate passwords every 90 days, meaning the duration can be as infrequent as once per year.

Critical resource access protection

Critical resource access protection

When credentials (username and password) are compromised, MFA prevents login attempts without access to the employee’s phone for secondary verification.

Integration of core business apps

Integration of core business apps

Whether you use Microsoft 365, RDS environment, or any QR code app, MFA will seamlessly integrate with your core business applications.

Did you know?

Businesses required to maintain certain compliance standards must have strict multi-factor authentication protocols in place for their data security.

All entities that e-prescribe controlled substances

All medical facilities accepting credit cards and complying with PCI DSS requirements


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

Users must present a minimum of two forms of authentication

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20 Nov 2020
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19 Nov 2020
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17 Nov 2020
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