Embedded systems are designed to perform a designated of tasks. They are designed to minimize processing cycles and reduce memory usage, as there are no extra processing resources available. Standard MFA solutions typically require too much system overhead to run on embedded systems. Miniaturization of embedded devices and their increasing capabilities is only making this challenge more dire. So how can you lock down access to your embedded systems with multi-factor authentication (MFA)?
SurePassID Universal MFA addresses this challenge with a tiny client app that runs on 8-bit, 16-bit, and higher chip set architectures. Taking up almost no system overhead, the app reaches back to a Universal MFA server for multi-factor authentication services – on-premise, in the cloud, or in an IoT deployment architecture.