Strengthen Your File Security With Multi-Factor Authentication

Our internally developed Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) solution adds an additional layer of security to your data by requiring a Verification Code.  This code is entered after you've logged in with your username and password to further verify your identity before granting access to your account.  With our customizable multi-tiered module, your organizations' administrator can easily enable MFA for all users, selected groups or individual users to require an additional form of authentication, using your choice of delivery method, such as SMS Text, Email or Phone Call.

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Easily Enable MFA For All Users, A Specific Group or An Individual User

Site-Wide

 

The easiest way to implement MFA for all of your users. If you have a company wide security standard and want all of your users authenticated in the same way, this is the route to choose. Simply login to the admin console, enable MFA, and elect the Verification Code delivery method. Now all of your users accounts are more secure.

Specified Groups

 

Some departments or teams deal with more sensitive data than others. If those users are part of a group, you can easily enable MFA for that group, and choose their Verification Code delivery method. Then, all the users within that group will inherit the MFA settings placed on that group.

Individual Users

 

Do you only have one or a couple of users that aren't in a group needing a more secure login? You're in luck, we've designed a way to do just that. Once you determine a sensitive data user, simply enable MFA on the account, choose their Verification Code delivery method to enable a more secure login.

Customize Users Additional Authentication Factor

Once a user has logged in with their username and password, and the first set of credentials are authenticated, the additional authentication factor will be triggered based on what the admin has set for that user. Administrators can customize users supplemental authentication factors, by setting their own combination of site-wide, specified groups, or individual user level using the following factors:

SMS Text Message

 

Our most popular authentication factor used by clients from SMB to Enterprise. To securely authenticate, simply login with your username and password, then you'll receive an SMS text message containing a Verification Code that you'll be prompted to enter. Once your Verification Code is entered and validated, you'll be logged into your account.

Email

 

A wonderful authentication factor for business users on the go. Imagine you're on a plane with only WiFi access and need to update or share a document, you still have email access for your additional security layer to authenticate your account login.

Phone Call

 

A perfect solution for users that work in business environments that don't allow BYOD. Select this additional authentication factor and enroll the users desk phone number, and they will receive a phone call when logging in to validate their account login.

User Defined

 

Once User Defined is enabled for a user, after their next successful login with their username and password, the user will be prompted to select which additional authentication factor they would like to use to validate their account login.

Maintain A Detailed Audit Trail of All User Login Activity

Included with the addition of Multi-Factor Authentication, there have been significant enhancements to both the Login and Failed Login Activity Reports. These reports can be easily run for detailed information on successful and failed logins, and how they we're authenticated.

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