2 Factor Authentication in the Nework

I am the network admin/security with limited  security experience. I am a public entity and due to PCI standards I must become PCI 3 compliant. 2 weeks ago I upgraded my Cisco ASA firewall to 5512 ver 9.3. I have Sourcefire IPS LIC and I need to know the best way to meet two goals. 1. Become PCI 3 compliant; 2. Deploying 50 laptop devices in the field that will need to authenticate in real time VIA VPN. We have portable hotpot devices to provide internet. We have Cisco Anyconnect Lic, I need to find a 2FA solution that does not include a FOB. I need some type of soft token solution that I can deploy across my enterprise, meet the PCI standard and secure my multiple vpn connections
THX for any advice.
Kount WilliamsAsked:
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RSA SecurID can use either physical or logical (software-based or soft) tokens.  I'm sure many others can do so as well.  I just happen to have personal experience with the RSA product.

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Another approach would be to have the VPN clients connect only if the laptop has the right certificate. This does require installing certificates on the laptops. We have done this successfully. We, however, have our own CA and can, therefore, generate the necessary certificates. A Microsoft server CA is relatively easy to setup.
Have you considered DuoSecurity?

I use this for some clients combined with  Netscaler by Citrix. Works well.

Maybe worth a look:

Kount WilliamsAuthor Commented:
We are engaging RSA now. TY
Good call
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