Get started with Multi-factor Authentication
This topic provides references to get started applying MFA to control authentication to different features and services.
What do you want to configure multi-factor authentication (MFA) for?
|Service or feature||MFA benefits|
|User Portal||You can specify that users provide more than one authentication mechanism to access the User Portal. For example, you can specify that users logging in from a certain country provide additional authentication. See MFA for the User Portal.|
|Web application access||You can require users to MFA anytime they access the application from the User Portal or only under certain conditions -- they are accessing the application from a specific country for example. See MFA for web application access.|
|VPN connection||You can use CyberArk Identity with your RADIUS client to provide a second authentication layer. For example, if a VPN concentrator uses RADIUS for authentication, you can configure email as a secondary authentication requirement. See MFA for VPN (CyberArk Identity Connector as a RADIUS server).|