How Tachyon implements two-factor authentication for users running actions.

Two-factor authentication 

Tachyon is a powerful tool that enables changes to be made across an organization's entire estate. It employs RBAC to ensure that only users with the required permissions can run particular actions. In addition, at the point of running an action, Tachyon can now use two-factor authentication to ensure that the logged-on user is actually the user with the correct permissions.

Tachyon's two-factor authentication is implemented through a unique authentication code (one-time password) that is generated at the point of running an action. This authentication code is then sent to the user by email. The authentication code is then used to proceed with the action.

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