Multi-Factor Authentication

Authenticate a user through multiple factors

The need to address changing business models, new regulatory requirements and increased fraud has driven the growth of multi-factor authentication (MFA). Multi-Factor authentication, the process of authenticating a user through at least two independent elements or "factors," employs a combination of any two of the following:

- Something you know: A user name, password, PIN or answers to questions
- Something you have: A token, access card or key fob
- Something you are: Your fingerprint, voice (i.e. biometric)

By adding these additional layers of security, you can better protect your customers and your business.

We offer a suite of MFA solutions designed to address security needs while enabling business to function quickly and efficiently.

Get it now: For more information about Multi-Factor Authentication, please call 866.277.8407.

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The LexisNexis IVR On Demand, Voice Biometrics, One Time Password and TrueID services are not provided by "consumer reporting agencies," as that term is defined in the Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C. ยง 1681, et seq.) ("FCRA") and do not constitute "consumer reports," as that term is defined in the FCRA. Accordingly, the LexisNexis IVR On Demand, Voice Biometrics, One Time Password or TrueID service may not be used in whole or in part as a factor in determining eligibility for credit, insurance, employment or another purpose in connection with which a consumer report may be used under the FCRA.

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