As part of Twilio's account security offerings, the Twilio Verify API makes it simple to add user verification and Multiple Factor Authentication (MFA) to any user authentication flow. It supports One Time Passcodes (OTP) sent via voice, SMS, and email. App-based push authentication was also recently added to the Verify service.
Auth0 is a popular Identity Access Management (IAM) platform. If you are an Auth0 customer and want to use Twilio Verify for Multiple Factor Authentication (MFA), please read on.
This blog post will walk you through the steps of how to configure Auth0 to use Twilio Verify for MFA. It will use both Verify SMS channel and Voice channel to deliver OTPs so users can choose to receive the OTP via SMS or Voice.
What will you need?
Many organisations in the banking sector are still using RSA SecurID with hardware tokens for multi factor authentication (MFA). However, employees might forget their hardware token thus won’t be able to login. This leads to high support costs, poor user experience and reduced productivity. This is the exact challenge that one of our customers in banking is trying to address. So we worked together to explore how Twilio Verify Service can be leveraged as an alternative MFA. This will allow their employees to login their protected systems by using a One-Time Password (OTP) delivered to their employee’s mobile phone.
How does Twilio Verify work with RSA SecurID?
We use Twilio Functions as a proxy between RSA Authentication …