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Upgrade Your Website CMS to Meet New FFIEC Guidelines with Multi-Factor Authentication


By Matt Davis on Monday, May 11, 2015


The latest FFIEC security guidelines recommend that financial institutions add multi-factor authentication (MFA) to all Internet systems, including website content management systems. We've customized the CMS that we use for bank and credit union websites to now use multi-factor authentication to help provide better security for your website and easier compliance.

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Thanks to Authly®, we now can offer an affordable solution to add MFA to our CMS or many other websites.

Authly works by generating a one-time use pass code when you logon to InetActive. Authly delivers this pass code to either your cell phone via a text message or to your email address. The pass code expires in 60 seconds or immediately after you’ve used it. This helps make it very difficult for hackers to gain access to InetActive even if they somehow steal or guess your username and password.

What is Multi-factor Authentication?

Multi-factor Authentication is the act of verifying a user by something they have, a pass code sent to a cell phone, with some thing(s) they know – like a username and password.

How much does Authly cost?

  • Monthly Authly service: $50.00 (up to 500 logon codes per month)

Call us at (586) 726-9490 or contact us to schedule your upgrade before your next website audit.

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