Solution Providing Adaptive, Contextual Authentication is Trusted to Enhance Citrix Networking and Virtualization Solutions
CensorNet, the complete cloud security company, today announced that CensorNet Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) has successfully completed the verification as part of the Citrix Ready Secure Remote Access program. This program showcases partner products that integrate with Citrix products and add an extra layer of security to enhance secure remote access. Through this program, we aim to help IT heads of organizations to quickly find solutions for secure remote access needs. Through these joint solutions offerings, we can help secure your corporate network from data theft and other security attacks.
The Citrix Ready program makes it easy for customers to identify complementary products and solutions that can enhance Citrix environments. Customers can be confident that CensorNet MFA has successfully passed a series of tests established by Citrix, and can be trusted to work effectively with Citrix NetScaler in order to provide secure remote access for enterprises and user-friendly authentication for users.
CensorNet MFA is a purpose built adaptive, multi-factor authentication solution designed to meet the security demands of modern enterprises. It uses a number of variables, such as session ID, network IP and geo-location, number of successful logins, type of system being accessed, and time of login, to identify users and sends them a one-time-passcode via their mobile phones. The solution is intelligent, intuitive and convenient ensuring users are willing to maintain compliance.
“We are delighted to be a member of the Citrix Ready program and to offer customers intelligent solutions that combine CensorNet MFA with Citrix NetScaler,” said Ed Macnair, CEO, CensorNet. “More than half of security breaches involve weak or stolen credentials and authentication is often the weak link in the security arsenal of businesses. As remote working becomes even more popular, robust authentication is more crucial than ever.”