Solid, Secure option for basic MFA.
June 29, 2019

Solid, Secure option for basic MFA.

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Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Kaseya AuthAnvil

We use Kaseya AuthAnvil to provide 2FA at our company. We use it in combination with our VSA, as well as with our RDP authentication on windows machines. We have multiple people that need access to the same account, and AuthAnvil allows us to use 2FA on multiple devices with their Just In Time Account feature.
  • Security.
  • It has an easy to use dashboard.
  • They have a good mobile app.
  • More functionality.
  • Better documentation.
  • Better logging.
  • Kaseya has allowed us to be more secure.
  • It's allowed us to link multiple 2FA devices to one account.
  • It's provided us with basic logging.
  • Okta Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
I am currently testing Okta as well. Okta seems to have a lot more functionality. They have integrations with mostly every SaaS around. They have a smoother Windows 2FA that includes push notifications and Yubikey integration. AuthAnvil is the only 2FA service available for Kaseya VSA, so that is why we are currently still using it.
Wasp Inventory, AlienVault USM, Kaseya Virtual System Administrator (VSA)
AuthAnvil is well suited for basic 2FA authentication. If you are using it to secure cloud apps, it does the job very well. It provides you with multiple methods (Code, Push, Call, Text) to authenticate, and push notifications arrive quickly. The windows/RDP authentication program isn't the best. It's a little clunky, and doesn't allow for push authentication.

Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company (formerly AuthAnvil) Feature Ratings

ID-Management Access Control
Not Rated
ID Management Single-Sign On (SSO)
Not Rated
Multi-Factor Authentication
8
Password Management
8
Account Provisioning and De-provisioning
Not Rated
ID Management Workflow Automation
Not Rated
ID Risk Management
Not Rated