Multi-Factor Authentication Okmulgee, OK

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Keep your business safe with ArcLight in Okmulgee, OK multi-factor and two-factor authentication solutions.

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) protects the people who work there and their environment. Without requiring time-consuming resets or complex regulations, it safeguards the devices that your employees are using. Organizations make it easy on their employees by providing a variety of authentication solutions, multi-factor, or two-factor authentication (2FA), to ensure that digital users are who they say they are by requiring at least two pieces of evidence to prove their identity.

ArcLight has deployed two factor authentication and multi-factor authentication solutions for many clients in the Okmulgee, Oklahoma area. Adding 2FA solutions or MFA solutions to your business network strengthens your IT security and network defenses.

Our solution was created with the user in mind since we are aware that the most effective security solution is one that your users actively utilize. Our solution easily allows your users to access their secondary access method quickly and easily. Your users can simply verify their identity using one of the many methods we provide. You choose which methods work best for your organization.

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Multiple Flexible and Easy Ways to Authenticate


SMS two-factor authentication validates the identity of a user by texting a security code to their mobile device. Following that, the user inputs the code into the website or application they are authenticating to.


The Time-Based One Time Password (TOTP) 2FA method generates a key locally on the device a user is attempting to access. The user scans a QR code with their mobile device to obtain a string of integers that serves as the security key. The user then enters those numbers into the website or application to gain access. When a user checks in to an account for the next time, a new passcode will be issued because authenticators generate them with an expiration date. TOTP is part of the Open Authentication (OAUTH) security architecture.

Push-Based 2FA

Push-based 2FA improves on SMS and TOTP 2FA by adding additional layers of security, while improving ease of use for end users. Push-based 2FA uses numerous authentication factors to verify a user's identity in a way that other techniques cannot. Duo Security is the leading provider of push-based 2FA.

U2F Tokens

U2F tokens secure two-factor authentication by using a physical USB port to verify a user's identity and location before allowing them to log in. To use a U2F token, a user inserts the token into their device and presses the button located on the top of the device. Once the token is activated, the user enters their PIN and gains access to their accounts.

Keychain Token

A basic hardware keychain token that, when a little green button is pushed, provides an authentication token or code. It's quick, and doesn’t require your employees to have a mobile application to gain access to your business critical systems.


Created by the FIDO (Fast IDentity Online) Alliance and W3C, the Web Authentication API is a specification that enables strong, public key cryptography registration and authentication. WebAuthn (Web Authentication API) allows third parties like Duo to tap into built-in biometric authenticators on laptops and smartphones, allowing people to quickly and easily authenticate using the tools they already possess.

Passwords Are No Longer Enough

Avoid letting a single employee's repeated password use compromise your business and ruin your reputation.

Let’s face it, it’s very difficult to remember and maintain passwords for every website, computer, remote office, or third-party application. Regrettably, many of those third-party systems are easily compromised. You run the risk of spilling your employee’s information onto the dark web where criminals sell your company email addresses and passwords for pennies. By just searching the email domain, an attacker who already has your email address might also obtain your firm name. They typically also have your first name, last name, and often even your commonly used security questions. With this knowledge, it will be quite easy for cybercriminals to start attacking your open applications, websites, or bank portals. Learn how to cost effectively secure your mission critical infrastructure and contact us at our Okmulgee, Oklahoma Arclight location today.

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