WolfCare Multi-Factor Authentication

WolfCare Multi-Factor Authentication

The simplest, most effective way to make sure users really are who they
say they are

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Multi-factor authentication protects your applications and data against unauthorized access due to credential theft by verifying your users’ identities before they access your data. You may not realize it, but you use multi-factor authentication all the time. Each time you swipe a debit card and are asked to enter your PIN code or write a check and are asked to show your driver’s license you are practicing multi-factor authentication. The first example requires you to possess your card and know your PIN code. The second requires you to possess your checkbook and prove your face matches the photograph on your ID.

WolfCare™ Multi-Factor Authentication brings that second layer of security to your business. Our solution uses a code or push notification sent to your smartphone to confirm your identity when accessing your accounts. This second layer of authentication means a hacker or other individual with bad intentions would need to steal your password and your phone in order to access your account. It’s a critical component in our IT security services and brings peace of mind to our clients in Pittsburgh, especially those dealing with numerous employees, accounts, and devices.

How does it work?

After you enter your password—the first authentication factor—the second authentication factor arrives on your phone via a push notification, smartphone app, or text message. This measure coupled with our IT managed services offering helps keep business technology secure and working efficiently for small and mid-size businesses in the Pittsburgh area.


WolfCare Multi-Factor Authentication can protect your users’ Microsoft Windows PCs, Office 365 accounts, VPN connections, and remote desktop access. According to a recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, “over 70% of employees reuse passwords at work and 81% of hacking-related breaches used either stolen and/or weak passwords”

Do not let weak and reused passwords put your business at risk.
Start protecting your business today.

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