Collaborate Beefs Up Security with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Additional layer of protection helps keep data safe.
Collaborate boasts a number of built-in safeguards to protect sensitive data. Firewalls, vulnerability testing, exhaustive encryption, and comprehensive logging of every change to every case are a few examples of the software’s commitment to security.
Still, the greatest threat to a system are often the users themselves. The Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) found that passwords are to blame for the vast majority of data breaches.
That’s why Collaborate offers Multi-Factor Authentication, or MFA. MFA greatly increases the security of users’ accounts by requiring a second “factor” to authenticate a login - specifically, a one-time use code generated by the user’s mobile device.
To learn more about how MFA works in Collaborate, check out the full story.
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