Overview of Security on Access Control

Article Number:02046

In order to securely manage data to be stored in Kintone, we recommend you to configure access control in addition to the standard authentication in kintone.com.
Described below are the types of access control that use standard features or optional features of kintone.com.

Allowing Accesses Only From Certain Addresses

While permitting smooth accesses from allowed IP addresses, block accesses from other locations.
In this case, Two-Factor Authentication is not used.

Combination of settings
IP Address Restrictions Two-Factor Authentication
Allow specific IP addresses Not configured
Procedure
Allowing Accesses Only From Certain Addresses

Illustration of usage when blocking all external accesses

Using Two-Factor Authentication

Two-Factor Authentication in Kintone uses the two factors ("The fact that only that user knows" and "The thing that only that user possesses").
For details, refer to "What is Two-Factor Authentication".
IP Address Restrictions settings differ depending on whether mobile networks (such as 4G) are used for connecting smartphones or tablets while users are on business trips or working remotely.

Combination of settings
IP Address Restrictions Two-Factor Authentication
Allow all
Or
Allow specific IP addresses
Set for each user
Procedure
Using Two-Factor Authentication

Overview of using two-factor authentication

Detailed Customization of Authentication or Security Settings

If you need detailed customization of authentication or security settings, consider using SAML Authentication.
SAML Authentication