Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a network security process that requires users to input more than one method of authentication.
These are typically a combination of:
Most multi-factor authentication strategies start with a password, and then have additional measures on top, usually a one-time code from a second device, a push request through a second application, a fingerprint ID, or a geo-location verification.
Passwords are almost certain to be compromised at some point through social engineering, phishing or keylogging, so by adding additional layers, or "factors", to the network defence, it becomes far harder for unauthorized individuals to access your data.
of successful web application attacks relied on weak or stolen user credentials (Verizon).
of cyberattacks are aimed at SMEs in the belief their defences are weaker (Symantec).
of online consumer banking and gaming apps already require MFA
Calligo has chosen to partner with Duo, arguably the most innovative and user-centric multi-factor authentication technology vendor, whose technology can be deployed on any device and application.
Our team has extensive experience in deploying the tool to secure networks of all sizes, all across the globe, and in ensuring Duo’s immediate and ongoing adoption – without compromising user satisfaction. In literally minutes, you can secure all your users, applications and services.
Choose your MFA preferences - fingerprint ID, additional codes or push notifications - and our experts will build your policies with you and deploy across your entire network.
Grant or block access based on identity, team or device, or contextual factors, such as geo-location, IP addresses or device security levels.
Ongoing data insights and vulnerability assessments, including analysis of every device on your network, not just the ones you manage.
Enable secure Single Sign-on (SSO), and create a single dashboard for all your users’ cloud-based or on-premises applications, accessed through just one, secure, multi-factor log-in.
Close wider network security gaps by identifying at-risk devices and prompting users to update them, else lose access.
Run your own Phishing simulator tests to continuously identify at-risk users, and their need for additional training.
Provide secure access to on-premises applications for your users, while also allowing remote or even external access to authorized third parties.
Company-wide enrolment and adoption support, including user education, training and ongoing monitoring.
Employee security awareness training, keeping your workforce up to date on the most common threats, and latest trends.
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