Security built on static, reusable passwords is easy to hack. Instead, use two-factor authentication, to ensure that users are who they claim to be.
Two-factor authentication requires 2 pieces of identification to login.It s based on something you know (a password or a PIN) and something you have (like a token). A token is a physical device, similar to an identification card, that contains a certificate of authenticity. The certificate can be generated by an internal Microsoft Certificate Authority and placed on the token by the administrator. For even greater security, a time-based algorithm within the device generates the certificate. This time-based algorithm is synchronized with the authentication server.
Leading multi-factor authentication solutions include management systems that provide centralized, and simplified password management.
Reduce the demands on your IT help desk for password resets and increase your system access security with multi-factor authentication from one of these leading vendors:
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