Multiple Identity Verification

Multi-factor Authentication


Next Level Security

Our advanced multi-factor authentication solution is designed to enhance security for your business. It enables you to add multi-factor authentication to sites, applications and devices, including logging in to your Windows computer.

  • Enhanced Security

    Adds an extra layer of security by requiring multiple forms of verification.

  • User-Friendly Authentication

    Offers diverse authentication methods for a user-friendly experience.

  • Adaptive Access Policies

    Allows for context-based access policies, considering user and device factors.

  • Secure Remote Access

    Facilitates secure access to corporate resources from any location.

  • Integration with Existing Systems

    Easily integrates with various applications and systems.

  • Compliance and Reporting

    Provides compliance reporting for regulatory requirements and audits.


Enable Multi-Factor Authentication

Multifactor authentication (MFA) is crucial for your business, providing an extra layer of security beyond passwords. This dual-factor approach, requiring something users know and possess, significantly reduces the risk of unauthorised access. In addition to fortifying your business against cyber threats, implementing MFA helps your business meet compliance requirements, demonstrating a commitment to protecting sensitive data and building trust with customers.

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Questions about Multi-factor Authentication

What is multi-factor authentication (MFA)

Multi-factor authentication is a security process that requires users to provide two or more different authentication factors to verify their identity. These factors typically include something you know (e.g., password), something you have (e.g., a smartphone or security token), and something you are (e.g., biometric data like fingerprint or facial recognition).

Why is multi-factor authentication important?

Multi-factor authentication enhances security by adding an additional layer of protection beyond just a username and password. It significantly reduces the risk of unauthorised access, as even if one factor is compromised, an attacker would still need the other factor(s) to gain access.

What are the common types of multi-factor authentication methods?

Common types of multi-factor authentication methods include:

  • Knowledge-based factors (passwords, PINs)
  • Possession-based factors (smartphones, security tokens)
  • Inherence-based factors (biometrics such as fingerprints, facial recognition)

How does time-based one-time password (TOTP) work in multi-factor authentication?

TOTP is a common form of two-factor authentication where a temporary passcode is generated based on the current time and a shared secret between the user and the service. The user enters this time-sensitive code along with their regular password to complete the authentication process.

Can multi-factor authentication be bypassed or hacked?

While no security measure is completely foolproof, multi-factor authentication significantly raises the bar for attackers. However, there have been cases of phishing attacks or social engineering attempts where attackers trick users into providing all necessary authentication factors. It is crucial for users to stay vigilant and follow best security practices.

How can businesses encourage users to adopt multi-factor authentication?

Businesses can promote the adoption of multi-factor authentication by:

  • Providing clear and user-friendly instructions for enabling MFA.
  • Educating users about the importance of MFA and the increased security it provides.
  • Offering incentives or rewards for users who enable and regularly use MFA.
  • Making the MFA setup process as seamless as possible to encourage widespread adoption.

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