White Paper: QS solutions
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), is a very secure method for providing access to systems and data because it requires a second authentication factor.
A large number of organizations use Multi-Factor Authentication to provide extra security for company critical data. Azure MFA can help to protect access to data and applications and meets user requirements for a simple login procedure without the necessity for additional hardware tokens.
This white paper provides an insight into Multi-factor Authentication which covers:
Why do we need multi-factor authentication? How does Azure MFA work?
How to enhance security with multi-factor authentication? How does it provide uniform functionality to its end users?
How can you successfully implement Azure Multi Factor Authentication?
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