What is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)?

Multi-factor authentication (MFA), sometimes referred to as two-factor authentication or 2FA, is a security enhancement that requires two forms of authentication when logging into an account. 

For example, when you log into a website that sends a numeric code to your phone, which you then must enter into the website to gain access to your account. 

ASI has used Duo (a subsidiary of Cisco) successfully to deploy MFA for all ASI staff access to our hosting environment, and we will continue to use Duo as the MFA vendor for all remote access to any server in ASI’s hosting environment. 

Use the following resources to learn more about MFA:





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