Multi-Factor Authentication

iSecurity Multi Factor Authentication

iSecurity Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) provides increased security for users by adding another layer of identity verification to your IBM i resources.

When implemented, users are required to further identify themselves beyond using just a password, strengthening your systems against unauthorized access.

Companies, cyber insurance carriers, industry regulators and governments are realizing the importance of layered access security and have begun mandating implementation of MFA.

iSecurity MFA helps you comply with those requirements without imposing unnecessary workloads on your user base.

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Strengthens IBM i access security

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Enhances the safety of business information

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Meets governmental, regulatory and insurance requirements

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100% Native IBM i installation. No external servers needed

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Reduces the risk of account takeovers

Features of iSecurity Multi Factor Authentication

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Works with Every Authenticator App Available in the Market

iSecurity MFA is compatible with most authenticator technologies used for smart phones and other portable devices. iSecurity MFA works with any Token generator on a mobile phone or with any hardware device. Users without portable devices, iSecurity MFA can be configured to use email for authentication.

Controls IBM i activity by IP range, IP type, groups or rules

iSecurity MFA gives you the flexibility to require MFA authentication by IP range, IP type, user & user groups, or by rules. IBM i sign ins can be configured to require MFA authentication, reject access, or allow access to IBM i resources without MFA authentication. You can define location and authorization maps which best fit your authentication strategy.

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Centralized IBM i MFA Controls

A single controlling IBM i server running iSecurity MFA can provide MFA authentication for several IBM i systems. Users only have to validate through MFA once to allow access to all participating servers. Time limits can optionally be added to enforce MFA requests.

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