MFA for Servers
Reinforce Secure Access to Critical Systems
Add an extra layer of security to protect against hackers by configuring multi-factor authentication (MFA) for IT administrators who access Windows, Linux and UNIX systems and require elevated privileges.
Extra layer of security for users logging into Windows, Linux and UNIX systems or who require privilege elevation
Keep accounts secure even if your passwords are compromised
Easily implement one cohesive solution to enforce PCI DSS’ MFA requirements across your enterprise for all your local, remote users and third party users who require access to your sensitive data environment
Reinforce privileged access policies with additional multi-factor authentication (MFA)
Guard against cyber threats to prevent access to valuable data
Flexible choices for MFA challenges, including those you already own — RSA environments, OATH-based tokens, USB PKI keys and Smart cards including derived credentials for regulatory compliance
Protect Infrastructure by Enforcing a Second Authentication at Login Based on Policy
Server Suite’s Zones, roles, and rights capabilities provide the ability to enforce a second factor of authentication for specific users or Windows, Linux and UNIX servers during login.
Enforce Step up Authentication When Users Require Elevated Privilege
Users who have successfully logged into a server but need to run highly privileged commands may be prompted for a second factor when elevating privilege, per policy.
Interoperability with Third-party Authentication Methods
Centrify’s MFA capabilities are designed to work well with existing investments in RSA, OATH-based tokens and smartcards such as PIV/CAC. All of these can be brought under Centrify’s centralized management and enforced across your enterprise.
MFA Everywhere You Need It
Implementing policy-based MFA for every user (end users and privileged users), and every IT resource whether on-premises or in the cloud blocks cyberattacks at multiple points in the attack chain — and protects even when credentials are compromised.
Multi-factor Authentication for Windows Servers
View this brief demo to learn about the benefits of adding a second authentication factor to your privileged access policies for Windows servers.