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In the past year, we’ve seen a significant shift in how we are asked to authenticate to web applications. The trend is moving from relying on simple username & passwords to wider scale use of two-factor, risk-based & multi-factor authentication (MFA), such as software tokens, one-time password (OTP), and various forms of device identification. What does it all mean & is it something your organization needs?
The simple answer is…multi-factor authentication needs to be on the radar of every organization, as passwords are no longer enough to protect users. Passwords are too easy to crack or steal & hackers are indiscriminant. From an operational perspective, organizations are losing money through high volumes of help desk tickets related to logins & password resets. Strong passwords are still just too weak of a defense in today’s business world.
Join us at 11amET on Tuesday, April 1st for an interactive webcast with our team of subject matter experts to learn more about how to turn this new requirement into a seamless feature of your current environment.