Powerhouse Systems

Plymouth, Ma 02360

Phone: (866) 717-3287

Fax. 1-617-507-5574

Email Tech Support: support@powerhousesystems.net

All Support: support.phs.comcastbiz.net@email.autotask.net

Sales: sales@powerhousesystems.net

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About 81% of confirmed data breaches in the Accomodations industry involved stolen credentials.

-- Source: Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report

What is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)?

 

Two-factor authentication (2FA) strengthens access security by requiring two methods (also referred to as factors) to verify your identity. These factors can include something you know - like a username and password, plus something you have - like a smartphone app to approve authentication requests. 2FA protects against phishing, social engineering and password brute-force attacks and secures your logins from attackers exploiting weak or stolen credentials.

Security Designed for People
We know the most effective security solution is one your users actually use.

Duo’s 2FA solution only requires your users to carry one device - their smartphone, with the Duo Mobile app installed on it. Duo Mobile is available for iPhones, Androids and many more.

Logging in via push notification is fast and easy with Duo Mobile. We strongly recommend using Duo Push or U2F as your second factor, a more secure method that can protect against man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks. We also support many different authentication methods to fit the unique needs of your diverse user base.

Duo Mobile

 

The only two-factor authentication mobile app you need - Duo Mobile verifies the identities of your users quickly and easily with push-based notifications to help protect against phishing and other identity-based attacks.

User Access Policies

 

Contextual user access policies to enable adaptive authentication give you the ability to gain greater control over who can access your applications.

Authentication Methods

 

Two-factor authentication (2FA) methods that fit the unique needs of your diverse user base, for all different login scenarios, from offline to temporary and limited access.

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