More security for your data and applications—without added hassles for your customers
- Safeguard access by mobile apps, phone calls, and text messages
- Deploy on-premises or on Azure
- Reduce risk, meet compliance requirements
- Protect Office 365, Salesforce, Dropbox, and other SaaS apps
- Use with VPN, Microsoft IIS, RADIUS, and LDAP
- Get real-time fraud monitoring and alerts
Get more security with fewer hoops
Azure Multi-Factor Authentication helps safeguard access to data and applications, and helps to meet customer demand for a simple sign-in process. Get strong authentication with a range of easy verification options—phone call, text message, or mobile app notification—and allow customers to choose the method they prefer.
Mitigate threats with real-time monitoring and alerts
Multi-Factor Authentication helps protect your business with security monitoring and machine-learning-based reports that identify inconsistent sign-in patterns. To help mitigate potential threats, real-time alerts notify your IT department of suspicious account credentials.
Deploy on-premises or on Azure
Use Multi-Factor Authentication Server on your premises to help secure VPNs, Active Directory Federation Services, IIS web applications, Remote Desktop, and other remote access applications using RADIUS and LDAP authentication. Add an extra verification step to your cloud-based applications and services by turning on Multi-Factor Authentication in Azure Active Directory.
Use with Office 365, Salesforce, and more
Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365 helps secure access to Office 365 applications at no additional cost. Multi-Factor Authentication is also available with Azure Active Directory Premium and thousands of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, including Salesforce, Dropbox, and other popular services.
Add protection for Azure administrator accounts
Multi-Factor Authentication adds a layer of security to your Azure administrator account at no additional cost. When it's turned on, you need to confirm your identity to spin up a virtual machine, manage storage, or use other Azure services.
Build it into your applications
Use the SDK, and your application's existing customer database, to integrate Multi-Factor Authentication into your application’s sign-in or transaction processes.