- Recorded Date:Nov. 30, 2022
- Event:On Demand
Multi-factor authentication is becoming a common security layer across all levels of access control – because it works. It just makes sense to add MFA to our critical enterprise applications, like Active Roles. Removing system-provided delegation points in AD and setting up a true least-privilege delegation model is the core functionality of Active Roles, so adding MFA to the admin interfaces ensures strong authentication to the administration of the organization's most critical asset: Active Directory. In this session, AJ Lindner walks you through setting up the Active Roles web interfaces to use MFA and Rich Hosgood shows how to implement MFA to the Active Roles MMC (or any type of admin interface) using Safeguard for Privileged Sessions.