Multi-Factor Authentication

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Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication

A method of authenticating a user to a system or service by multiple, independent factors

Why MFA?

The advantage of multi-factor authentication (MFA) is that it provides additional layers of security and reduces the likelihood of a user’s identity being compromised.

The goal of MFA is to improve the identity verification process – and therefore reduce the likelihood of account hacking.

In general, MFA comprises of something the user knows (password, personal information), something the user possesses (hardware token, mobile phone, ID card), and something that represents the user’s physical identity (fingerprint, retina scan, voice, DNA).

Contributions of MFA

Provides additional layers of security

Reduces the likelihood of user identity breaches

Meets legal requirements

Complies with single sign-on (SSO) solutions

Basis for implementing Passwordless Login Principle


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