Two-factor authentication (2FA) is the simplest, most effective way to make sure users really are who they say they are. But not every two-factor solution is the same. Some vendors only provide the bare minimum needed to meet compliance requirements – and some carry lots of hidden costs 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.
Modern two-factor solutions have evolved to support new, complex technology models that change how we use data, including cloud computing and remote work.
Two-factor authentication — there are so many different vendors, solutions, authentication methods, integration issues, and new security concerns cropping up in the market that it’s easy for IT security decision-makers to get confused about which solution is right for their organization.
Call us for walk through key areas of differentiation between two-factor authentication solutions and provide concrete criteria for evaluating technologies we offer.