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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

One of today's imperative security measures is multi-factor authentication (MFA). By adding another time-sensitive step to the log in process, security is increased at least twofold. Enable MFA for Mac, Linux, and more with Directory-as-a-Service.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Is There an Alternative to 2FA?

2FA has a few disadvantages, but is there an alternative to 2FA? There may be supplementary solutions, though none may be considered an alternative.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

OneLogin Protect vs. JumpCloud MFA

As more organizations are adopting MFA policies to protect their identities, they are examining OneLogin Protect vs. JumpCloud MFA.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

What is TOTP MFA?

There are several types of MFA, but TOTP MFA is one of the most effective. With a cloud directory service, you can enable TOTP MFA at scale.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Safeguard Windows RDP Ports with MFA

In order to deal with brute-force attacks on RDP within Windows, IT organizations need to enforce MFA. Here’s how to do so with the cloud.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Using Push Notifications for MFA

As more organizations adopt multi-factor authentication policies, many want to know the benefits of using push notifications for MFA.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Adding MFA to Windows Systems

The password is the top target for attackers, so adding MFA to Windows systems is one of the most important security measures.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

What is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)?

If you're worried about stolen credentials and data breaches, you can protect your organization with multi-factor authentication (MFA). So, what is MFA?

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Multi-Factor Authentication Pros & Cons

Check out the pros and cons of enabling multi-factor authentication (MFA) or, as it is often known two-factor authentication (2FA).