Multi-Factor Authentication

This type of security solution is especially important to implement on email and is very effective in combating hackers gaining access to mailboxes. BITS can roll out this security solution across a company as part of our IT Security management.

Multi Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication (sometimes referred to as multifactor authentication) requires a single-factor login (such as a password) AND another similar type of login that is essentially sent to the user. For example, you may have a password for your first step (like your network password) and then receive a one-time-use code on your smart phone as the second step. Because there are 2 factors required before you can log in, it would require a hacker to have both your password and access to your smart phone to obtain the information and to successfully log in.

This type of security solution is especially important to implement on email and is very effective in combating hackers gaining access to mailboxes (for the likes of Email Redirection Fraud, also known as Invoice Redirection.

BITS can roll out this security solution across a company as part of our IT Security management.

Multi Factor Authentication

Find out more about the Multi Factor Authentication services offered by BITS