With a modern MFA solution, you can ensure that users are who they say they are. They can prove their identity by providing at least two pieces of evidence among something they know, something they have and something they are. Many organizations have deployed MFA only to find burdensome admin experiences, poor user experiences that hurt productivity and the high costs of managing these solutions on-premises. Modern MFA improves user experience and security through context-based adaptive authentication and broad self-service capabilities. And admins can use APIs, SDKs and integration kits to make implementation with existing infrastructure a breeze. All of this in a cloud-based solution means minimal effort and oversight to run effectively. If you’re evaluating MFA providers, read our checklist for five key things you should consider.
A Smooth MFA Rollout Every Time
You can implement strong authentication in a matter of minutes. To make deployments easy, you’ll need out-of-the-box integrations to VPNs and applications like Office 365, as well as simple-to-use APIs. Also, self-service features for your end users and simple administration can make your MFA rollout effortless. Improving security doesn’t have to be a headache.