Two Factor Identification
For resources requiring an extra level of security, either for compliance or best practices, Coding Innovations will add one or more additional levels of authentication to that of the SSO. This is known as multi-factor authentication (MFA), where the most common deployment is two-factor authentication (2FA). MFA and 2FA require clients to produce something that only they should know or have, beyond initial username and password. This may be more personal information, such as date-of-birth, texted or emailed passcode, or a mother’ maiden name. Retina scans, fingerprints, facial recognition are among the biometric markers Coding Innovations can also integrate for additional protection. For clients, whose security requires an even greater level of protection, Coding Innovations can develop authentication layers that require physical objects (badges or FOBs similar to keyless car entry device).