Apply XTRA layer of security to your Patient information with 2FA

Use your favourite authenticator like Google authenticator
two factor authentication

Give an XTRA security to your Patient information with 2FA

Use your favourite authenticator like Google authenticator

Two Factor Authentication Highlights


Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a security feature provided to users to verify themselves with two different authentication factors. This process is done to better protect both the user's credentials and the resources that the user can access. Unlike methods that depends on Single-Factor Authentication (SFA), wherein a user is provided with only one factor - typically a password or a passcode.


2FA provides a higher level of security and assurance by providing a user with a password or a passcode as well as with a second factor, usually either a security token or a biometric factor such as facial/finger print scan.


OpenEMR 2FA adds an additional layer of security to the system by making it very difficult for attackers to gain access, thereby considerably reducing the risks of a potential threat that may result in leakage of patient records elsewhere. OpenEMR 2FA is also a form of Multi-Faceted Authentication (MFA) where more than one type of authentication is required to access the system.




How Two Factor Authentication works for OpenEMR-Pro?


Say No to data breach with Two Factor Authentication
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