miniOrange ADFS Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) connector provides an additional layer of security to your organization's Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) by adding secure multi-factor authentication for your users. This helps to protect access to your ADFS resources by requiring an extra layer of authentication beyond just a username and password.
By implementing MFA, even if an unauthorized person gains access to your user's credentials, they will still need to provide additional authentication factors, such as a code or biometric scan, to gain access to the resources. This greatly reduces the risk of account takeovers and ensures that only authorized users can access critical resources.
Overall, the miniOrange ADFS MFA connector improves your organization's security posture by implementing multi-factor authentication and preventing unauthorized access to your ADFS resources. By doing so, you can increase your organization's security and reduce the risk of data breaches or other security incidents.
Enforce granular access security policies and gain insights into user’s access devices, and set MFA policies for each user based on their role in the organization.
Protect your data from phishing threats and reduce the risk of a data breach
Enable consistent access security for both On-premises and Cloud applications
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