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New eGuide on Adding Two-factor Authentication to your Network

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Multi-factor authentication is a key requirement for securing infrastructure, we have tried our best to make it less expensive and less of a headache for users and admins. We do a lot of work helping systems administrators integrate two-factor authentication. These efforts often involve supporting other products and we're ok with that. People ask us "Do you work with my VPN?" So we often produce tutorials on how to add two-factor authentication a specific product, like OpenVPN or a Cisco box or a Juniper UAC.

However, we realized that what was missing was an overview that gave more strategic guidance on how to plan our your two-factor authentication implementation. While we have a lot of the content on the website, we needed to put it into one document for continuity. So, please enjoy.

Also, please share this information. It is mostly product agnostic and uses RADIUS - an open and widely supported authentication protocol - so the lessons apply to all two-factor authentication products. This guide is primarly aimed at the overworked souls that toil in organizations living below the information security poverty line that perform so many tasks it's difficult to anything except meet the minimum PCI requirements. In my opinion, most of this deficit can be made up by education. Better knowledge of how to implement security right and better awareness of less expensive/free/opensource options.

You can download the eGuide and all of our white papers here without registering.

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