MFA - Built-in authenticators


What are built-in authenticators?


Built-in authenticators (also called platform authenticators) verify a user’s identity through a biometric reader, such as a fingerprint, iris, or facial recognition scanner, which is built into a user’s computer or mobile device.

Built-in authenticators are a great option if a mobile app solution isn’t viable (for example, users don’t have company-provided mobile devices or work in a PCI-compliant environment), or your users’ devices don’t have the necessary ports for a physical security key.

To see how to register and use this type of method, see built-in authenticators

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