Ultimate Guide to Multi-factor Authentication

1 - Make Sure Your Users Are Who They Say They Are

2 - Deconstructing MFA: Evolution, Authentication Factors, & More

3 - Benefits of Adaptive MFA

4 - Use Cases for Adaptive MFA

5 - How Adaptive MFA Works

6 - Improve Security & Experience with Adaptive MFA

6 - Improve Security & Experience with Adaptive MFA

The beauty of adaptive MFA lies in its inherent security and flexibility. Because security requirements are rarely cut and dried, a one-size-fits-all solution just won’t work. Some situations call for greater security, such as high-value transactions on untrusted networks and devices. While other situations fall under safe and predictable use, making additional security measures prohibitive and unnecessary.  


Adaptive MFA provides the ultimate in flexibility, allowing you to control the level of security based on your specific risks and requirements. You can add authentication factors and gain a higher level of assurance about a user’s identity when conditions warrant it. Or you can provide streamlined access for a user that demonstrates safe and consistent patterns. You can even use stronger authentication methods like mobile push authentication, QR codes and FIDO-compliant authenticators instead of credentials to enable passwordless authentication.


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