multi-factor authentication (MFA)
Office 365 shifts many traditional datacenter security responsibilities to Microsoft, but customers are still responsible for security controls impacting their organization’s data. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is one of the most effective tools to combat identity compromise and protect your business.
Generally, multi-factor authentication (MFA) is designed to enhance identity verification using two or more pieces of evidence (or factors) to login. For most organizations, the first factor is something users know: their username and password. The second factor is commonly something users possess, like a phone or authenticator application. With biometrics, the second factor can instead use a piece of evidence from the users themselves, like a fingerprint. The goal is that the second factor is readily available and the experience is easy for the user.
MFA can be used throughout an organization, but a prioritized adoption plan often consists of MFA for:
- Administrator accounts for portals and tools.
- Remote access
- Sensitive SaaS Applications, like Office 365, CRMs and ERP software.
- On-premises applications such as an intranet.
multi-factor authentication is easy & effective
Business email compromise scams like Phishing and Spoofing are getting more complex. With an increasing number of ways to access sensitive financial and operational information, you must take proactive steps to protect your important assets.
Our MFA in a Day consists of three phases:
To get started with MFA in a Day , contact a Peters & Associates representative
or take our Cybersecurity Assessment.
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