Desktop 2FA is a more modern take on the Two-Factor Authentication idea. The notion is to add the level of security brought by 2FA to the end-user’s machine. In an era where Data Breaches have become a norm, the question is no longer if data will be compromised, but when. When credentials are captured and data is exposed, Desktop 2FA adds an additional layer of security to ensure personal...Continue Reading →
Why Require Two Factor for Windows Logons?
PortalGuard has offered two-factor authentication for Windows workstations and servers as part of its PortalGuard Desktop offering since 2013. As with all multi-factor initiatives, the primary use case is to increase security. As an example, multiple customers have installed the PortalGuard Desktop 2FA on Windows servers in their environment. If a ...Continue Reading →
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