Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Block 99.9% of hacking attempts

Per Microsoft's research, using multi-factor authentication (a.k.a. two-factor authentication) blocks 99.9% of hacking attempts. Even if a hacker captures a password, they need approval to log in. And, if an employee receives an unexpected prompt, well their password has presumably been compromised and should be changed.

We highly recommend MFA be set up anywhere it can. In fact, if MFA is not set up and a criminal gains access to the web site or account in question, they can set it up themselves and lock you out permanently.

MFA can be used on many web sites but also for remote access such as Remote Desktop.

ITS can help find the best MFA for your organization.