Multifactor Authentication


Support Secure Remote Workers and Stay Compliant

Add an extra layer of security and beef up your compliance efforts with integrated Identity Access Management (IAM) and Multifactor Authentication. Learn more on how Multifactor Authentication strengthens system integrity and provides support for compliance strategies around remote access and authentication. 

What is Multifactor Authentication (MFA)?

Multifactor Authentication (MFA) is a method of authentication that requires users to enter multiple pieces of information to access a system. Typically, this means sending specialized keys, PINs or other data to a private communication point like email, SMS or an authentication app. By requiring multiple pieces of data, you reduce the ability of a hacker to breach a system through user login credentials.  

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The Importance of Multifactor Authentication for Compliance

While not all compliance frameworks require MFA, most do, including rigorous ones like CMMC. If you are an organization working in high-risk commercial or industrial markets, or you handle sensitive data or CUI, then MFA is going to be part of your compliance profile. 


Why Choose SecureStrux?

As a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP), SecureStrux supports clients with complete compliance and cybersecurity services. With our Assured Defense and Embedded Defense packages, as well as managed services like Identity Access Management, Systems Engineering and compliance auditing, we can help you meet or exceed requirements from compliance frameworks like CMMCRMF, and CCRI.  

Multifactor Authentication and Managed Security Services

Multifactor Authentication is clearly an important security tool, and with SecureStrux Managed Security Services you can implement MFA as part of a comprehensive cybersecurity posture. Empower your security standards and meet compliance mandates with MFA that protects CUI and other data at the point of login without sacrificing efficient and optimized network software and connectivity for remote access.