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)

System-based MFA vs Application-level MFA

IT organizations need to consider the differences between the two major types of Multi-factor Authtntication: system-based MFA and application-level MFA.

MAC MANAGEMENT

Protect Mac Endpoints Using MFA

At JumpCloud, we’ve worked to include Multi-Factor Authentication as a foundational component of our Directory-as-a-Service®

CLOUD DIRECTORY

Directory-as-a-Service® feature Linux MFA

Directory-as-a-Service features Linux multi-factor authentication capabilities. Give JumpCloud a try for yourself. Your first 10 users are free forever.

MAC MANAGEMENT

Lock Down Your Device – Mac OS X MFA

MFA is one of the strongest methods to secure a person’s Mac device. Today's MFA options, however, are limited. Is there a better way to lock down your Mac?