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Multifactor Authentication

Increased security for your mission-critical systems.

What is Multifactor Authentication?

Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a method of identifying users by presenting several separate authentication stages. Some of those stages could be Time-based One-Time Password (TOTP), Mobile verification, a hardware token, among others. 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) is the most used type of MFA.

Why is Multifactor necessary?

Use MFA to provide increased security to your critical applications, especially when abnormal situations are detected, such as login from a different device or location. MFA requires the user to have two or more types of credentials before being able to access an account. Even if your password is stolen, your account will remain safe.

Easy to implement

You can have MFA implemented in minutes! Just flip a switch to enable the feature, select your provider (Google Authenticator or Duo), and customize it. You can even use any MFA provider or build your own, and integrate them through Auth0’s extensibility.

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Adaptive Context-aware Multifactor

Adaptative Context-aware MFA allows you to enforce additional layers of authentication based on different conditions such as: geographic location, time of day/week, type of network, custom domains or certain IPs.

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Compliance with Standards

We’re HIPAA and SOC2 compliant, which assures you that we comply with all best practices of identity management. Additionally, if you require an extra layer of security you can turn on advanced policies like multifactor authentication, password policies, brute force protection and much more with just one click!.