two-factor authentication

Are your users’ secondary devices a source of concern? With two-factor authentication, they can become a point of convenience. Read on to learn about Okta’s take on two-factor authentication and the way you can secure accounts—and your infrastructure—with minimal effort on your team’s part.

What Is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)? 

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a form of multi-factor authentication (MFA), and is also known as two-step authentication or two-step verification. 2FA is a security measure that requires end-users to verify their identities through two types of identifiers to gain access to an application, system, or network. Think of your most recent login…

Replace RSA SecurID with Modern MFA

Defense in depth, the coordinated use of multiple security layers to protect system and data integrity, is a multi-layered strategic approach which is deployed to minimize the risk of compromise. The basic premise is that if one security countermeasure is defeated, there is another to ensure your systems remain secure. MFA – Defense in Depth for…

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