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Multifactor authentication (MFA) adds a layer of protection to the sign-in process. When accessing accounts or apps, users provide additional identity verification, such as scanning a fingerprint or entering a code received by phone.
In most identity attacks, it doesn’t matter how long or complex your passwords are.
Make sure your credentials for high-risk accounts are resistant to phishing and channel jacking.
Protect your business from common identity attacks with one simple action.
Azure AD offers a broad range of flexible multifactor authentication (MFA) methods—such as texts, calls, biometrics, and one-time passcodes—to meet the unique needs of your organization and help keep your users protected.
Azure AD multifactor authentication (MFA) helps safeguard access to data and apps while maintaining simplicity for users. It provides additional security by requiring a second form of verification and delivers strong authentication through a range of easy-to-use validation methods.
Azure AD multifactor authentication (MFA) works by requiring two or more verification methods.
Replace your passwords with strong two-factor authentication (2FA) on Windows 10 devices. Use a credential tied to your device along with a PIN, a fingerprint, or facial recognition to protect your accounts.
Sign in without a username or password using an external USB, near-field communication (NFC), or other external security key that supports Fast Identity Online (FIDO) standards in place of a password.
1 Availability of mobile apps varies by country/region.