Two Factor Authentication
Incapsula offers the simplest-to-implement Two-Factor Authentication solution for any website or application. Activated with a single click, without installing any plugins, making code changes or having to integrate with 3rd party authentication products.
- Protect administrative access to websites and applications (for example: Login to administrator areas).
- Protect remote access to corporate web applications (for example: a company’s web mail, partners’ portal, employees’ portal, development application, etc.).
- Restrict access to any part of a web application or any webpage (for example: new website page, temporary section, staging sites, etc).
Incapsula VS other Two Factor Authentication
|Incapsula||Other Two Factor Authentication Soultions|
|Integration||5-minute setup, no integration or coding.||Requires Integration and coding.|
|Protection||Protect any part of a web application.||Protect Login pages.|
|Where?||Appears before the protected page, blocking access to it.||Appears on the protected page or after.|
|Central Management||Centralized control over multiple logins, across several website.||Requires separate integration for each website or application.|
|Disruption||No disruption to the site’s existing User/Password protection and user database.||Requires integration with existing User/Password protection and user database.|
Incapsula’s Two Factor Authentication Advantages
Centralized control over multiple logins, across several websites.
How to Activate?
Activating Incapsula’s two factor authentication is a 5-minute process. Once you activate Incapsula on your website, login to the Incapsula management console and go to the Login Protect settings screen:
- 1. Enter the URL you want to protect.
- 2. Choose your preferred methods of authentication: E-mail, SMS or Google Authenticator.
- 3. Add the users that will be able to access this URL (Name and Email).
- 4. These users will receive an email with a verification link. Through this link, the user will be taken to a page and asked to provide an email address and phone number for authentication (via SMS or email) and with a QR code for Google Authenticator.
- That’s it! Now, anyone trying to access the protected page, will first receive an Incapsula Two Factor Authentication page where they’ll be asked to provide their one-time token.