Multi-Factor Authentication Services

Add an extra layer of protection to your data and systems through Multi Factor Authentication.

Are You Looking to Bolster Your Cyber Security Posture Through Additional Security Layers?

Our team can help roll out Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) on select apps, suites of apps, or as part of a larger cyber security program to bolster safeguards and enhance data protection. 

Our Multi Factor Authentication services include

Documenting the process and strategy for MFA within your environment

Implementing MFA and testing the rollout with chosen authentication methods

Providing training and change management so your team hits the ground running with additional security layers in place

Significantly reduce the risk of a security breach while improving user productivity and access from devices

Delivering a strong user experience without sacrificing security

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Multi Factor Authentication Services

Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) is a relatively painless way to add extra security and meet compliance requirements while still ensuring employees maintain the access they need to remain productive. However, properly configuring, implementing, and integrating MFA across all core business platforms aligned to specific business requirements can sometimes prove a challenge. Our Multi Factor Authentication services are here to help.  

What is Multi Factor Authentication? 

Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security layer that requires multiple authentication methods in order to better secure access to websites, applications, and user data. 

MFA is often applied to accounts that store sensitive user data such as personally identification, financial, or other private data requiring additional layers of security. 

Typically, MFA requires the user to present two forms of authentication such as a username, time passwords, thumbprint, push notifications or SMS code sent to another device, OATH hardware tokens, or email confirmation in order to be able to access the account. 

How to Implement Multi Factor Authentication 

On the surface, MFA services seem simple to implement. However, there are common pitfalls that companies run into when rolling out without a proven strategy.

To start, decide which platforms your company wants to protect with MFA and which form of authentication your team will leverage. A mobile app, such as Microsoft Authenticator or Duo Security, is a proven way for companies to generate security keys and act as a trusted form of authentication.  

Build documentation to guide users on how to implement MFA on their devices. Consider the impact for new hires and adjust onboarding processes to include setting up an authentication method if needed. 

Benefits of Multifactor Authentication Services from Resolute

The benefits of multi factor authentication are far reaching for how simple of a solution it is (compared to other more sophisticated security layers).  

By properly implementing MFA, your business can: 

  • Assure user identity and reduce impersonation and data breaches 
  • Meet regulatory compliances 
  • Easily add comprehensive security for remote workers connecting from separate networks 
  • Pair MFA with other security options such as Single Sign-On (SSO) and security awareness training 

The benefits of enlisting in MFA services from a trusted partner like Resolute, include: 

  • Accessing a full team of security specialists and business consultants to ease the roll out 
  • Gain access to successful roadmaps from selection, to implementation, training, and ongoing support 
  • High-level strategic planning that aligns security and risk management solutions to the overall business IT environment 

Secure Business Resources with Multi-Factor Authentication Services

Businesses can look to apply multi-factor authentication services on specific apps – or across their core platforms such as Azure AD – which will then require users to regularly supply a secure authentication to maintain access to email, file storage, and communication. 

Risk Based Authentication 
If you are looking to secure elements outside of office specific control such as cloud based apps, mobile device, and other potential threat vectors – MFA solutions are a good starting point.  

Two Factor Authentication (2FA) Vs. Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) 
There are many secure authentication solutions and the terminology around them can get a bit tricky to decipher which is the best for your business. 

A Two Factor Authentication Solution – or 2FA – leverages just two methods of authentication such as a password combined with a SMS code. Whereas MFA solutions are more varied and can rely on a wider range of authentication methods. 

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Multi-Factor Authentication Services for Remote Desktop Sessions

Being able to connect and work remotely is an invaluable tool. However, it opens devices up to additional due to the nature of remote network connection. Multifactor Authentication is a user-friendly way to securely gain access to accounts, file storage, and services.  

Remote Desktop Services Multi Factor Authentication 
By adding MFA as a security layer to Active Directory, companies can ensure business resources are better protected when accessed remotely.

If you’re looking to configure and deploy a remote desktop services multi factor authentication solution – we can help.  

Benefits of Multi-Factor Authentication Services

Whether you are looking at remote desktop services – multi-factor authentication (MFA) or another form of MFA implementation, there are significant benefits to working with a trusted partner to ensure they are rolled out correctly. 

Reduced Risk

When a company enforces MFA, they reduce the risk of data breaches, compromised passwords, and other security threats.

Customizable Solution

Multi-factor authentication is highly customizable from how stringent to make the security measures, how frequently to require validation, and which platforms to apply MFA to.

Adaptive to Context

To reduce the headache of continual verification, companies can leverage adaptive authentication to only trigger in certain use cases such as suspicious logins.

Scalable Solution

With proper documentation and training, MFA is a security solution that scales with your business as you onboard new users.

Enhanced Security for Remote and Mobile Users

For users that are not protected by a firewalled network or other in-office security measures, MFA can provide additional protection for key business apps.

Gain Compliance

Compliance frameworks look for MFA or 2FA enablement at an organizational level. If this is a requirement for your industry or to bid on future projects, it is worth having in place before it costs an opportunity down the line.