MFA is fully integrated with CensorNet’s Unified Security Service (USS) that also includes Email Security, Web Security, and Cloud Application Security. USS provides a single web portal for central policy configuration and management, as well as data visualisation and reporting.
MFA is primarily cloud-based, simplifying implementation and accelerating time to value for organisations of all sizes. No complex infrastructure is required, and easy to install authentication clients are available for all major vendors.
The Cloud MFA service is available in addition to the CensorNet on-premise MFA product that is specifically for organisations that want core components running within their own environments. Cloud Multi-Factor Authentication provides a single pane of glass to analyse and manage user authentication activity across multiple systems, services, and applications regardless of whether users are on the corporate network or working remotely.
Cloud MFA at a glance…
Authentication Clients / Protocol Support, Vendor Support, OTP Dispatch Policies, OTP Random Code Generator, SMS Type, CensorNet MFA Mobile App, OTP Transmission.
Real-Time session-specific One-Time Passcodes (OTPs) – Incorporates highly secure OTPs, and enables you to lock to individual sessions to prevent phishing
Wide Application Support – Supports a wide range of systems, services, and applications including all major VPNs and web applications (via ADFS)
Automatic Delivery Failover – Supports OTP delivery via email, SMS, voice and the CensorNet app with automatic failover between methods for high delivery assurance
Integrated with AD – Fully integrated with Microsoft® Active Directory with the Unified Security Service (USS) AD Connector software/service
Ease of Deployment – Easy to install agents for on-premise services, which connect to a 100% cloud-based backend.
User Experience – Intuitive enrolment, easy to read MemoPasscodes™ and live status feedback showing OTP expiry
The astonishing volume of large scale data breaches should be enough to convince anyone to enable MFA wherever it’s available. In fact, if you haven’t enabled MFA on your IaaS and PaaS admin accounts then stop reading this and do it now –or call someone to do it – before your entire virtual enterprise disappears.
Richard Walters, Chief Security Strategist – CensorNet
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