Multifactor Authentication

MFA is a critical component of identity and access management (IAM). Rather than just asking for a username and password, MFA requires additional credentials, such as a code from the user’s smartphone, the answer to a security question, a fingerprint, or facial recognition to verify a user’s identity.
With regard to MFA, we typically have are 3 types of authentication factors:
  • Knowledge - Passwords, PINs
  • Possession - Devices like smartphones, badges, USBs
  • Inheritance - Biometrics like Fingerprints, Voice recognition, Facial recognition
This can help thwart man-in-the-middle attacks and brute force attacks. Anti-virus systems and advanced firewalls are necessary security elements, as are vulnerability tests. Without user authentication, though, the front door is wide open to intruders.
We at Tecnomic, offer MFA solutions that can effectively determine the authenticity of the user. Our clients can be positioned in a more advantageous arrangement through implementation of our MFA solutions.
We help IT admins to rest easier, knowing that a security strategy has been deployed that can protect the company platforms as well as users, adequately reducing complexity and boosting flexibility of remote users.
We offer services across the industry in Banking & Finance, Healthcare, Education, Manufacturing and Government sectors

MFA works in the following manner:

Range of factors

Extensive range of authentication factors to ensure adoption of the technology across all sections of the business

Controlled Authorization

The main tech is controlled authorization that protects against illegitimate access to an organization's database, applications and servers


Authentication using OTC, hardware token or fingerprints, are all covered and can be customized to business needs

PIN for authentication

10 digit security string with random sequence of numbers that is used as a positional indicator from which the OTC can be extracted

Flexibility across platforms

Security string can be integrated across: logging into Windows; Remote access with F5, Citrix Netscaler, Cisco VPN; Web access with OWA, Apache, Microsoft ILS