Pick the Right Authentication Methods for Your Organization

Authentication is your organization’s first line of defense against hacks and other cyberattacks. However, a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t account for your users’ varying roles and risk levels.

Choose a solution that adapts to your organization’s needs. Select one form of authentication or mix-and-match authentication methods based on the individual user and risk level of a logon event.


Is your organization taking a one-size-fits-all approach to authentication?

Download our guidebook to why a one-size-fits-all approach may be putting you at risk and which authentication methods are recommended for different user scenarios.


The Challenge

A Need for Greater Security

You want to secure your organization’s most valuable assets and avoid becoming the next headline. Weak or stolen user credentials, especially privileged accounts, are the most common entry point for cyber attacks, so it’s crucial to select the right authentication methods.

The Challenge

Increasing Security Without Impacting User Experience

You need to keep the hackers out, but don’t want to negatively impact the experience of your customers and employees. Our solutions provide a convenient user experience with seamless and user-friendly authentication processes.

The Challenge

Addressing Varying Risk Levels

One form of strong authentication simply isn’t enough to address all of your organization’s use case scenarios. One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to authentication, and you need a single solution that can deploy multiple forms of strong authentication from a single platform.

The Challenge

Complying with Regulations that Require Strong Authentication

Your organization needs multi-factor authentication to comply with government regulations or industry guidelines, such as SOX, CJIS, DFARS, HIPAA, HITECH, EPCS, Positive ID, and PCI-DSS.

The Solution


Strike a balance between security and user experience with adaptive authentication and the broadest range of multi-factor authentication methods available on a single platform. RapidIdentity MFA, provides strong identity security that meets compliance regulations, while minimizing disruptions to the end-user—all without breaking your IT budget.

See why there’s a better way with RapidIdentity.

Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication

Approve or deny access rights and tailor the authentication method used based on risk level. Regardless of how your organization defines risk levels, RapidIdentity MFA can adapt to your needs.

Strong Authentication for Shared Workstations

Authenticate employees to Windows®, thin-clients, zero-clients, local, virtual, and remote applications, as well as perform transaction-based authentication.

Multi-Factor Authentication for Windows Logon

Deploy the right mix of authentication factors, while providing your users with fast and secure Windows logon.


Multi-Factor Authentication to VPNs

Implement strong authentication policies to verify users and reduce the threat of security incidents with MFA for VPNs, SSL VPNs, or RADIUS-compliant resources.

Multi-Factor Authentication to Outlook and O365

Apply a second authentication factor to your Microsoft products running locally or in the cloud. RapidIdentity MFA easily integrates with Microsoft 0365, including the Outlook Web App (OWA).

Enhanced Authentication to Existing Portals

Provide users with the right levels of validation across access-entry points. Add additional authentication factors to your existing portals or even eliminate the use of passwords altogether.

See How RapidIdentity Can Help

Schedule your live demonstration of our complete identity and access management solution today.