JumpCloud gives organizations the power to layer MFA on top of nearly any resource they need to secure: Windows, Mac, Linux, applications, networks, infrastructure, and more. Paired with Conditional Access policies, admins can help further secure resources by requiring MFA if users are not on trusted devices or trusted networks.
As an admin, all you need to do to enforce MFA is activate it for your organization through the JumpCloud Admin Portal. Regardless of where you or your users are working, MFA will be activated and enabled to secure access.
Require U2F keys or device-based biometric authentication for access to the User Portal, ensuring the most secure end user experience. End users can self-serve their key activation — all you need to do is activate WebAuthn in JumpCloud and dropship them their keys.
For ease of use for your users, pair JumpCloud with MFA from Duo Security. Doing so enables push notification-based authentication at the User Portal, letting end users simply push a button on their mobile device when prompted to confirm their identity.
Chris K., G2 Reviewer
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