Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication requires users to present two or more pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism, preventing security breaches. This helps to mitigate the risks posed with password-only authentication.

Striking a balance between cost, productivity loss, and security gain is critical to any multi-factor authentication plan. If Assembly Solutions and Charging Technologies would like to pursue it, Russell Technologies will assist in finding the most effective strategy with the applications and usage in place. Licensing is currently not included for this, but can be added at any time on a per-user basis as needed.

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