Organizations must provide their employees, contractors, and business partners with secure remote access. Many organizations provide access via a Virtual Private Network (VPN) over existing internet connections. However, VPNs solve only part of the security equation for remote access. VPNs do not strongly defend against unauthorized access to the organization’s electronic assets.
Security experts recommend strong, two-factor authentication to protect remote access. However, strong authentication historically has been expensive, difficult to use, and complex to administer. We provide a third option for secure remote access: strong two-factor authentication for VPNs.