Authentication mode. Valid modes are: VOICE_CALL, SMS_TEXT, PHONE_APP
In this mode, users will receive a phone call to authenticate. Using PIN can enhance the security of the phone authentication by requiring the user to enter a PIN during the authentication call. Valid Pin modes are: PIN, VOICE_PRINT, STANDARD
**STANDARD: (default) No PIN is used.
**PIN: 4 to 10 digit numeric value
**VOICE_PRINT: The user's voice will be used to identify the user.
SMS Text mode will send a SMS text message to the user's phone to complete the authentication. There are 2 different pin modes:
**OTP: (default) A text message containing a One-Time Passcode (OTP) is sent to the user. The user must reply to the text message entering this OTP to complete the authentication.
**OTP_PIN: This mode enhances the security of the authentication by requiring the user to enter the OTP + their PIN in the text reply.
This mode is applicable for PhoneFactor. Phone App mode results in a notification being sent to the user's PhoneFactor phone app. There are 2 different pin modes for the mobile app authentication.
**STANDARD: (default) The first authentication is when the user signs on using a username and password.
The second authentication is when the user receives a notification in the PhoneFactor phone app. In Standard Mode, users will prompted to authenticate, deny, or deny and report fraud.
**PIN: This mode enhances the security of the authentication by requiring the user to enter their PIN in the phone app.