Strong Authentication

Hackers are a clever bunch, unfortunately. So if your security is based on fixed passwords it’s easy for them to get into. That’s why a stronger authentication solution may be needed.

A stronger, more secure form of authentication

Two-factor authentication is based on something that only you know (a password or PIN) and something that only you have (an authenticator that changes every 60 seconds). Combining these two factors means it’s a much more reliable kind of authentication than reusable passwords.

At ITogether we can offer a wide range of authentication options to make sure that your highly sensitive data is seen by the right eyes only, through:

  • E-mail
  • Intranets & extranets
  • Microsoft® Windows® desktops
  • Web servers
  • Other network resources
  • VPNs & WLANs

To talk to us about how we can help you with strong authentication, please call 0113 341 0123 click here and we’ll call you. Or you can email us at hello@itogether.co.uk

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