IBM MFA V1R1: TouchToken, PassTicket, and Application Bypass Support
IBM Redbooks, Dec 23, 2016 - Computers - 138 pages
What is IBM® Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)? IBM MFA consists of the following elements:
Something that you know, such as a Personal Identification Number (PIN) or a password.
Something that you are, such as a finger print or retinal scan.
Something that you have, such as a hard token (for example, a key fob or soft token), which is software-based).
This IBM RedpaperTM publication helps you install, customize, and configure IBM MFA for z/OS® V1.1.0. It also provides information that is based on our experience in a controlled environment.
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