Multi-Factor Auth Token
Fulfill organizational MFA mandates
Managed by the FIDO (Fast Identity Online) Alliance, Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) has become a widely used standard for multi-factor authentication (MFA). Futurex’s Multi Factor Auth Token provides significantly stronger security than simple username and password authentication by requiring the additional use of the token to access sensitive data.
The Multi Factor Auth Token is a physical USB token that is managed by a system administrator. Administrators can remotely and securely add or remove a token’s access.
The Futurex Multi Factor Auth Token works seamlessly with all Futurex devices. Fulfill organizational mandates to ensure access to only authorized users.
Multi Factor Auth Token uses public-key cryptography. This provides significantly stronger security by adding a strong second factor to authenticate a user.
In single-factor authentication, only a single factor (i.e. typing in a username and password) is used. By contrast, multi-factor authentication utilizes something you know (such as a password) and something you have (such a USB token) to create a secure connection between you and the system you are logging into.
Organizations are quickly moving past single-factor password authentication in favor of universal 2nd-factor authentication that provides both privacy and usability. For increased security and convenience, Futurex HSMs make this available using a versatile, easy to use USB token. For greater usability, you are instantly authenticated with the insertion of a USB and a click of the human presence button.
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Managed by the FIDO (Fast Identity Online) Alliance, Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) has quickly become the industry standard for multi-factor authentication and verification.