Remote Desktop Manager: Two-Factor Authentication Solution for Enterprises
SAAS vs Entrust IdentityGuard vs Microsoft Azure Multi-Factor Authentication
Last week we did an updated review of 2FA solutions that was targeted toward single users, but what about company-wide solutions? With businesses falling victim to brute-force attacks targeting physical and logical infrastructures, mobile platforms and user identities, an extra layer of security is integral to protect from all of those threats. To help you choose 2FA solutions for your enterprise we’ve compared three popular solutions: SAAS, Entrust IdentityGuard and Microsoft Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.
SAASPASS is known for its high level of security and multi-factor authentication. It easily replaces the use of passwords across the board.
- App Security: The SAASPASS application offers a high level of protection like the touch ID support, fingerprint support on Android, 4 or 6 digit PIN options and a pattern support on Android devices. With all of that, SAASPASS is always protected against brute force attacks.
- Recovery: You can setup recovery for your SAASPASS ID in case you’ve lost your phone and not cloned it onto multiple devices. You can also add additional security measures for your recovery by going to the Recovery menu under Settings.
- Secure Single Sign-on for Active Directory: As an administrator you can set up SAASPASS two-factor authentication and secure single sign-on for your Microsoft Active Directory company domain smoothly. You can add SAASPASS to all your on-premises assets controlled by Active Directory.
- VPN with 2FA: Easily integrate your 2FA solution directly into your VPN. Secure tunneling is now safer than ever with static passwords being replaced by randomly generated dynamic passcodes.
The set-up is somewhat confusing. It can take a little while to figure out the process at times.
Read the entire article here, Two-Factor Authentication Solution for Enterprises
via Devolutions, the Remote Desktop Manager guys