Layers of Multiple Authentication


IT providers are continuously increasing the authentication intricacies of network security and offering alternative options for individuals to remain safe and secure while surfing the internet. While simultaneously, businesses are rapidly increasing their use of technology which means a greater level of security is required to shield against cyber-attacks. Most businesses around the world are becoming digitalized, whether this means online trading, having global customers or employees accessing the internet for work purposes. It has become impossible for digital businesses to remain safe if they do not implement a sturdy security and risk policy protecting employees from cyber-attacks.

It is especially important to embed such policies where businesses are directly offering customer-facing services. This is because the brand, reputation and efficiency of the organisation is hampered when customers fall victim to cyber-attacks. Word of mouth which is the easily seen form of marketing diminishes.

Multifactor Authentication

However everyone from senior management, employees to customers all need a password for each account they hold. Thus, multifactor authentication has been one of the most prominent security option offered by IT providers. Multifactor authentication requires a second step in the procedure to authenticate access into one’s account and resultantly, verifies the individual’s identity. Unfortunately, attackers are becoming increasingly smarter and are always endeavouring to try different ways of hacking accounts. Most individuals do not like sparing too much of their time with password management and it can become exhaustive when a small or medium business does not have a large enough IT department to solve password issues.

One Solution for all Password Issues

Hypersocket Access Manager is designed with security in mind, the interface is secured with flexible multifactor authentication where the user is automatically sent to a second stage of verification. Access Manager has been specifically built to ensure ease of use for the end users as password management can be extremely time consuming, expensive as very frustrating for users, admin and the IT department. Thus, with Access Manager end users can reset their own passwords and unlock their accounts without having to continuously contact the IT department. All embedded with multifactor authentication as Hypersocket Access Manager secures all user password self-service actions behind multiple forms of authentication.

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Bringing It All Together

Through making this investment, businesses are now able to realise the potential of ensuring data security and protection against malicious intentions for the company, the employees and customers. Ensuring a strong approach to the management of passwords is a part of keeping both the data and the business as safe as possible in a world filled with online threats.

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