Two Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a method of confirming a user's claimed identity in which a computer user is granted access only after successfully presenting two or more pieces of evidence (or factors) of their identity via different mechanisms.


Two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA) is a type, or subset, of multi-factor authentication.


Two-factor authentication (often shortened to 2FA) provides a way of 'double-checking' that you’re really the person you’re claiming to be when you log into your online accounts, such as banking, email or social media.

When you log into an online account with a username and password, you’re using what’s called single-factor authentication. You only need one thing to verify that you are who you say you are.

With 2FA, you need to provide two things – your password and something else such as a code sent to your mobile device or your fingerprint – before you can access your account.

This second level of authentication is not new, however, it is gaining momentum as accounts are left vulnerable with weak or poorly-secured passwords. A range of websites including Twitter, Paypal and WordPress have an optional second factor to their log-in processes, and online banking sites have used 2FA for a long time.

More background on why 2FA is important is available at -

How can we help?

PCsecure247 offers this type of Two Factor Authentication for a wide range of web-based applications as well as your mobile devices and PCs.


This means for $5.50 inc GST per month (free setup) you will be able to "lock down" a website you want to keep secure or perhaps a PC that you want to ensure no-one can break into.

PCseure247 uses the DUO 2FA technology to enable this very secure method of ensuring that you are the only one able to access you most private and secure information.

Monthly Pricing

$5.50 per PC

Websites and Devices you can
secure with PCsecure247 Two Factor Authentication.


  • Office 365

  • Microsoft Windows

  • Remote Desktop

  • Microsoft Azure


  • WordPress

  • Drupal

Password Managers

  • LastPass

  • 1Password



  • Salesforce

  • SugarCRM

  • ZenDesk



Cloud Service Providers

  • Adobe Document Cloud

  • Amazon Web Services

  • Atlassian

  • Box

  • Cisco

  • Crashplan

  • Desk

  • Dropbox

  • Evernote

  • Freshdesk

  • GitHub

  • Heroku

  • New Relic

  • OpenDNS

  • PagerDuty


  • MacOS

  • Oracle Peoplesoft

  • VMWare

and more...