Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) Settings

Two-factor authentication is a security mechanism that requires two types of credentials for authentication and is designed to provide an additional layer of validation, minimizing security breaches.

Administrator enables the below multifactor authentication to the appropriate users.

By default, Email is enabled for the users.

Go to Administrator Dashboard -> Multifactor settings -> “MFA Settings”.

Note Once user configure Email under User Self-service portal which cannot be deleted.

The users can see the activated options on their profile settings UI (of your business portal), and they can configure one or more of the authentication methods they prefer. An example of how this appears on a sample portal is shown here:

How does cidaas implement Multifactor Authentication

Cidaas supports the below methods of implementing Multifactor Authentication:

1. Email: A six-digit verification code is sent to the user's registered email address.

2. SMS: A six-digit verification code is sent to the user's registered mobile number.

3. TouchID: Touch ID, which allows users to authenticate with their fingerprint (biometric authentication).

4. Pattern: Pattern authentication is when user preferred to draw a pattern password between the nodes to open the lock in lieu of entering an alphanumeric password.

5. Smart Push: A push notification is a message that popup on a mobile device. App publishers can send them at any time; users don't have to be in the app or using their devices to receive them.

6. Voice: Voice authentication relies on a person's unique voice patterns for identification to gain access.

7. Face: Facial recognition analyzes the characteristics of a person's face images input through a digital video camera. It measures the overall facial structure for authentication.

8. TOTP: TOTP is a time-based one-time password (TOTP) is a temporary passcode, generated by an algorithm, use to authenticate access to systems/device.

9. Backup Code: Backup Code is used when a user lost the mobile device and cannot receive verification codes via SMS, voice call, or cidaas authenticator app, then the backup codes is used to sign in.

10. IVR: IVR uses prerecorded and dynamically generated audio to interact with customers.

11. FIDOU2F: The FIDO protocols use standard public key cryptography techniques to provide stronger authentication.

Once the Administrator enables the multifactor authentication, the user’s login to their account and the enabled authentication mode get displayed under the user’s Physical Verification Setup

Based on the appropriate _authentication _mode user configure the authentication method (multiple authentication mode can be configured).

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