Can a stranger use your credentials? One of the oldest problems facing access control is making credentials as easy to use as keys, but restricting them to certain individuals.
Multi-factor authentication is used when the end-user is concerned about who can use access control credentials. In this guide, we explain the concept and the elements involved, including:
- What Does Multi-Factor Authentication Mean?
- What Benefits Multi-Factor Offers
- The Four Factor Types Available
- Which Factors Are Common For Access Control
- What Drawbacks Multi-Factor Authentication Have
- Why Single Factor Authentication Is Still Common