Introducing Multi Factor Authentication in Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS)

Posted by Aboli Aradhye on March 16 2016

Why Multi Factor Authentication (MFA)?

Traditional security systems rely on passwords to authenticate and authorize access to protected data. But such password-only systems are, in general, more vulnerable to security breaches as there is only one layer of security. To protect against such breaches, multi-factor authentication (MFA) or two-factor authentication (2FA) is used, which offers extra layer of security. This extra layer of security makes use of information that is accessible only to the user being authenticated.

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Topics: Compliance, enterprise file sharing, Enterprise File Sync & Share, enterprise file security, enterprise digital rights management, data breach, data governance, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), Authentication, One Time Password (OTP), Shared-Link Access, RADIUS

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