We’ve long understood the need for multifactor authentication (MFA) solutions that decrease our reliance on passwords alone for network access control. MFA requires a combination of verification factors, such as a password or PIN along with a security token, mobile app or biometric identifier. Two-factor authentication (2FA) has been required in many industries for years, but there is growing support for systems requiring all three factors.
Many organizations use managed services providers (MSPs) for a range of basic IT services such as help-desk support, network monitoring, security updates, operating system patches, backup management and so on. While those are all important tasks, they don’t begin to cover all the ways an MSP can support your business.