Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication is used to secure end user credentials with a second form of verification, such as a pin code delivered via text, phone call, or application to a trusted device.

Stealing credentials and masquerading as legitimate people within your company is a common attack method, typically used for financial gain by criminals. The simple addition of a second challenge to the login of Office 365 accounts is an effective counter-measure to compromised credentials.

Infosoda will implement multi-factor authentication and create rules that require multi-factor authentication for all users as a best practice during our on boarding process.