Two-Factor and Multifactor Authentication Strategies

Two-Factor and Multifactor Authentication Strategies News

View All News

Two-Factor and Multifactor Authentication Strategies Get Started

Bring yourself up to speed with our introductory content

  • four-factor authentication (4FA)

    Four-factor authentication (4FA) is the use of four types of identity-confirming credentials, typically categorized as knowledge, possession, inherence and location factors. Continue Reading

  • three-factor authentication (3FA)

    Three-factor authentication (3FA) is the use of identity-confirming credentials from three separate categories of authentication factors – typically, the knowledge, possession and inherence categories. Continue Reading

  • two-step verification

    Two-step verification requires the sequential use of two authentication methods to verify that someone or something is who or what they are declared to be. In contrast with two-factor authentication processes, the methods in two-step verification ... Continue Reading

View All Get Started

Evaluate Two-Factor and Multifactor Authentication Strategies Vendors & Products

Weigh the pros and cons of technologies, products and projects you are considering.

Product Reviews

Powered by IT Central Station View All Evaluate

Manage Two-Factor and Multifactor Authentication Strategies

Learn to apply best practices and optimize your operations.

View All Manage

Problem Solve Two-Factor and Multifactor Authentication Strategies Issues

We’ve gathered up expert advice and tips from professionals like you so that the answers you need are always available.

View All Problem Solve

-ADS BY GOOGLE

SearchCloudSecurity

SearchNetworking

SearchCIO

SearchConsumerization

SearchEnterpriseDesktop

SearchCloudComputing

ComputerWeekly

Close