RSA SecurID: definition and meaning

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RSA SecurID is multi-factor authentication (MFA) technology used to protect network resources, such as applications and websites. Its purpose is to mitigate risk and maintain compliance without disrupting employee productivity.

This technology can confirm user identities to ensure they are only granted access to the resources they need to do their jobs. RSA SecurID can quickly and securely provide appropriate access to resources both on-premises and in the cloud.

See how it works here.