2FA for Business:
Boost Employees Security

Automate the two-factor authentication process to make it as frictionless as possible, encouraging employees to adopt it without affecting their productivity.


of account takeover attempts can be blocked with 2FA


of people use at least one form of 2FA


of IT professionals receive complaints about 2FA

Friction Keeps Employees From Using 2FA

Despite the proven security benefits of 2FA, its adoption is often hindered by the inconvenience of manual code entry. This leads to a compromise in organizational security. The key challenges are:
Manual code entry is cumbersome, discouraging 2FA adoption.
Convenience often wins over security, putting organizational data at risk.
Low 2FA adoption rates increase susceptibility to data breaches.
Inconsistent 2FA usage can lead to compliance issues in regulated industries.

Automating The 2FA Process

Our 2FA Autofill solution automates the two-factor authentication process, making it both user-friendly and secure. This encourages higher adoption rates among employees.
Automates the 2FA process by auto-filling TOTP codes for users.
Replaces standalone authenticator apps like Microsoft Authenticator.
Enables the sharing of access to 2FA-protected accounts (code is shared too).
Simplifies the 2FA setup process, making it fast and intuitive
The reason why we ended up with Uniqkey, was because of the high level of security on their platforms. In particular, it was their offline encryption of our passwords and data combined with their location in Denmark and within Europe that provided us with the necessary security and compliance we needed.
Kristoffer Munch,
Head of IT
Bornholms Energy & Supply

Minimum Friction,
Maximum Security

Remove the manual steps, making it easier for employees to implement 2FA across their accounts.

Automating the 2FA process encourages more employees to use it, increasing your overall security.

Higher 2FA adoption rates significantly reduce the risk of unauthorized access and data breaches.

Simplify compliance with industry regulations with automated and standardized 2FA practices.


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Make 2FA Frictionless Today
Ready to transform 2FA from a chore into a seamless part of your employees’ every day? Schedule a demo of Uniqkey today.
We picked Uniqkey because they maximize our login security by making 2FA super easy to handle.
Kent Kirkegaard
Head of IT at Caljan