Cybersecurity risks are increasing, and user access controls remain a key vulnerability. As risks increase, network departments within the organization need to move beyond standard usernames and passwords to more secure authentication practices. Relying on usernames and passwords is very risky for your organization's data, and multi-factor authentication (MFA) is one approach to make your organization's network safer, and it is a must-have for network security. As well as configuring the devices correctly, their placement is of equal importance to ensure the network topology and design are resilient and can withstand sophisticated attacks; a well-configured firewall in the wrong place can negate the security it is meant to offer.
miniOrange can assist you in safeguarding your network as we provide a smooth, scalable, and simple MFA solution for all of your networking devices, including firewalls, switches, and routers, using radius and tacacs+ authentication. miniOrange serves as a radius server, allowing MFA to be added on top of networking devices. You can centralize and manage MFA across all of your networking devices with 15+ MFA viable alternatives that include OTP over SMS and email. External TOTP Authenticators such as (Google, Microsoft, Authy), Push Notification, Hardware Tokens, and many more are.
15+ Authentication methods like OTP over SMS, Email, Push Notifications, etc for your networking devices.
It reduces the authentication burden. It prompts for strong authentication only when it's needed foremost. (changed geographical area, device change, network change, etc).
To enable MFA, miniOrange supports all radius and tacacs+ protocols like PAP, CHAP, etc.
It will hardly take 15 minutes to set up MFA on your networking devices.
You can manage MFA for all your network devices from a single dashboard.
miniOrange supports MFA for devices that do not support challenge through Push Notifications using the miniOrange Authenticator app and OUT OF BAND SMS.
When it comes to protecting the precious information and other resources in your networks from outside attacks, the firewall is your first line of protection. Cloud networking and firewall security are a must for every organization. Apart from the traditional security practices that your firewall offers,miniOrange can help you add an additional layer of security with its MFA solution to ensure a secure environment and protect your customer and workforce identities. Every login access through a firewall can be authenticated with multi-factor authentication (MFA) which is provided to you by miniOrange.
In networking, both the router and the switch serve as connecting devices. A router is used to determine the shortest path for a packet to take to its destination. The router's primary goal is to connect many networks at the same time, and it operates at the network layer, whereas the switch's primary goal is to connect multiple devices at the same time, and it operates at the data link layer. Based on your network's hardware capabilities, you can encrypt your switches and routers with miniOrange via the radius protocol. Most switches and routers offer Radius authentication, and miniOrange can assist you with MFA over your network devices to further secure your network infrastructure.
Secure authentication for all environments, protecting identity and access to data wherever users go. miniOrange MFA can help secure your network devices via factors such as OTPs, physical tokens, & authenticator apps
Simplicity for both end users and administrators. miniOrange MFA solution is easy to deploy & gives administrators more flexibility, visibility and control. miniOrange's mfa solution is simple for end users to verify their identity when accessing network devices.
MFA solution extends and adapts to all areas of your organization. miniOrange's MFA plays a pivotal role in providing visibility in all risk areas, from on-premises networks to mobile devices and to the cloud.
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