Two-factor authentication is the simplest, most effective way to make sure users really are who they say they are.
It protects your applications and data against unauthorized access due to credential theft by verifying your users’ identities before they access your data. Using a device, like a smartphone, prevents attackers from remotely accessing your networks, servers and on-premises and cloud applications protected only with a password.
But, not every two-factor solution is the same. Some vendors only provide the bare minimum needed to meet compliance requirements – and lots of hidden costs required for deployment, operation and maintenance. Plus, many traditional solutions are clunky, error-prone and require extensive user training and support – costing your employees time and productivity.