Security

Worldwide social networks such as LinkedIn and Twitter recently implemented 2FA via SMS after they concluded only one layer of security is no longer safe.One Time Passwords (OTP) by CM provide an extra layer of security for financial transactions, as well as login sessions to enter online portals or digital files. Known as two-factor authentication, this is easy to deploy in your business or organisation and is very secure.Two-factor authentication (2FA) is based on something you know (username/password) and something you have (mobile phone). Filling out the usual username and password triggers CM's One Time Password solution – sending the OTP to the predestined fixed line or mobile phone. The OTP is only usable for a short period of time, which further enhances the security.

Want to know how to implement safe transactions or secure authentication within your company? Download the 2FA Whitepaper now

In the Whitepaper available below, several companies reveal how they have embraced CM’s One Time Password solution to increase security of their transactions and login sessions. With over 7 billion mobile phones in the world, almost everyone can login to online portals or transfer money safely anywhere.

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