Multi-factor Authentication

Increasing your organization's security posture is critical to protecting sensitive data. Adding Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to your security strategy can significantly reduce the risk of unauthorized access and enhance your overall security.

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Organizations that don’t implement Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) face severe security risks, data breaches and compliance violations, which can lead to financial losses, legal action, and reputational damage.

Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) can address critical pain points such as weak passwords, compliance risks, password reset difficulties, limited flexibility, and the risk of unauthorized access, ensuring a higher level of security for your organization.

Protect your organization’s security and reputation – implement Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and safeguard against the escalating threat of cyber attacks and data breaches.

Why This?

Ensures layers of security beyond traditional password authentication

Prevents unauthorized access to resources

Keeps your organization safe from credential theft

Enables frictionless user experience

Protect your entire network infrastructure, including applications, workstations and virtual desktops, with Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA. Authentication: With Adaptive MFA, users, customers and partners can access applications and data securely and conveniently through a variety of authentication methods. The comprehensive range of options ensures that the process is hassle-free and adaptable to each user's needs.

Adaptive multi-factor authentication solution analyzes access requests based on historical patterns and assigns risk scores to each login attempt. This enables us to create access policies that are triggered by anomalous behavior, enhancing security and preventing unauthorized access.

Protects your corporate application and data from end-user device threats by leveraging Endpoint MFA and Secure Desktop offerings that reduce the risk of attacks due to compromised credentials and ransomware.

Streamlined secondary authentication and enhanced end-user experience with featured tools for administrators.

What You Gain?

Enhanced security with a broad set of authentication factors.

Reduced reliance on passwords, which are vulnerable to attacks.

Limitation of challenges for risky access requests based on context and behavior.

Improved user experience with seamless authentication methods.

Greater flexibility in choosing authentication factors.

Reduced costs and complexity of managing user identities and access.