Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds a second level of authentication to an account login. When you have to enter only your username and password, that's considered a single-factor authentication. 2FA requires a third piece of information such as a code from a token generator or one-time-code sent via email or text message. Authomate has two-factor authentication built into StrongPass app. StrongPass 2FA supports RFC 6238 TOTP and RSA SecurID:

StrongPass 2FA will work with any implementation that supports  TOTP  such as  RADIUS server configured for TOTP or sites that use Google Authenticator like Facebook, DropBox, and Wordpress. In addition, with StrongPass Teams you can share your 2FA credentials with other team members, optionally adding geo-fencing, date, and time restrictions. To learn how to use StrongPass 2FA with TOTP click here.

StrongPass 2FA is compliant with RSA SecurID authentication that consists of a "token" typically 6-8 digits in length, which is assigned to a user. The token generates an authentication code at fixed intervals (usually 60 seconds) using a built-in clock and the encoded random key (known as the "seed"). The seed is different for each token, and is loaded into the StrongPass App as well as the corresponding RSA SecurID server. The tokens are delivered via email or SMS delivery, eliminating the need to provision a physical token to the user. For more information on StrongPass and RSA click here.