Multi-Factor Authentication

Whether it’s remote access to internal infrastructure and systems, or non-console access to administrative interfaces for critical networking devices, securing access with a username and password is no longer enough and may expose your data to the outside world. Implementation of multi-factor authentication (MFA) can add an extra layer of protection.

There are three authentication types – something you are, something you know and something you have. Multi-factor authentication uses two or more of these authentication types to verify and authorise access.