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Two-factor Authentication is an essential element of digital life.

The importance of protecting your identity, data and online life has never been more important. A now-essential element of this is to ensure you can verify who you say you are. That is, when you log in to any device, website or IT system, the relevant entity knows it is you, and not someone who has somehow obtained your login credentials. That’s where two-factor authentication comes in.

What is Two-factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication protects your applications by using a second source of validation, like a phone or token, to verify user identity before granting access. It is engineered to provide a simple, streamlined login experience for every user and application, and as a cloud-based solution, it integrates easily with your existing technology.

Our Two-factor Authentication solution

We have tested several solutions for TFA/MFA and have chosen Duo as our preferred offering. Duo is fast and easy for users to set up, and with several available authentication methods, they can choose the one that best fits their workflow. No headaches, no interruptions — it just works.

Because Duo functions like a gateway for your existing and future IT infrastructure, it’s the perfect solution for growing businesses of any size. Set up new users and support new devices at any time, and protect new applications almost instantly — without impacting legacy technology.

Duo natively integrates to secure any application or platform, so whether you’re adding 2FA to meet compliance goals or building a full zero trust framework, Duo is the perfect addition to your security portfolio.

  • Multi-cloud, hybrid, or on-premises environments
  • SAAS tools, critical infrastructure, custom applications, even SSH
  • Secure remote access

Get Started with TFA!

 

So why not get started on your TFA journey today? It’s straightforward to setup and for your team to use. What’s more, you’ll sleep that little bit easier knowing you have significantly improved your online security.

You may also see the phrase Multi-factor Authentication (MFA). The two expressions are used interchangeably.

Fresh Mango Technologies Jim Robot