Multi-Factor Authentication for Users

By Dan Cleary/ Published on May 24, 2017

Earlier this year we released Multi-Factor Authentication for Accounts. This has helped our customers stave off Social Engineering attacks by requiring more than just a username and password when logging in to the TrueVault Management Console. Today we are extending MFA functionality to the end users of TrueVault applications. Now, applications that integrate with TrueVault will be able to implement MFA enrollment, authentication, and unenrollment by taking advantage of our User MFA API.

Multi-factor authentication is an important deterrent to social engineering attacks. We are excited to make this security component available for end users of TrueVault applications so that they can protect sensitive information stored in TrueVault even if their password is stolen. Check out our User MFA Sample App or our User MFA guide to see how it works.

If you have any questions about MFA for TrueVault Users, ask away on Stack Overflow.

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