Identity Management

One of the simplest and most effective cybersecurity measures.

2FA goes beyond the standard user ID and password requirements by adding an additional layer of security.

Identity is the new perimeter: who you are is far more important than where you are from a security perspective these days, particularly as the dark web sees millions of stolen credentials for sale.

When accessing a device or account using two-factor authentication (2FA), the user will need to verify their identity further with a unique code that only they have access to. This helps to resolve any data theft or hacking concerns quickly and efficiently.

Benefits & Features

Secure remote working

As flexible and remote working becomes the norm, device and account security remains intact with 2FA as it can be accessed anywhere and works across all devices.

Lower risk of data theft

By ensuring that only those with permissions have access to a device or a network, you are reducing the risk of data theft and cyber attacks.

One-time password

Unreplicable and random, the one-time password ensures that the person logging in is who they say they are. Receiving a one-time password requires an alternative communication path unrelated to the application or device, and is only prompted when trying to log in.

Time-based code

The time-based code gives the user a specific parameter of time to log in successfully. If the time lapses, the code becomes automatically void and another is needed stopping hackers from using old codes.

Centrally managed

Implementing and managing 2FA is simple with our central resource. With the ability to add, view and remove each device and account, you remain in control of the users accessing your network.