Ensure with an extra level of protection that the customers are who they think they are.
As the easiest and most powerful method to help companies secure those digital assets while ensuring that their customers are who they claim they are, multi-factor authentication (MFA) has been gaining popularity.

But not every MFA solution is the same. For example, when it comes to deployment, service, and maintenance, some vendors only have the minimum specifications required to satisfy compliance, and others subject you to hidden costs. Many conventional solutions often entail rigorous preparation and are unbelievably prone to error, costing you time and productivity.

You will learn about the requirements in this guide that you should consider when testing a multi-factor authentication solution:

  • Effect of security
  • Initiatives for strategic market
  • Ownership Cost

Multi-factor authentication (or MFA) Learn all you need to know about what multi-factor authentication is, and why you need MFA to protect customer data.

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What is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
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