Best Practices Brief
Best Practices for Two-factor and Multi-factor Authentication
Passwords have long been an essential component of security. But today passwords have become the weakest link in your defenses. With so many stolen passwords and breaches based on compromised credentials, attackers are no longer at the gates. They're likely already inside your networks.
Many organizations have turned to multi-factor authentication (MFA) as a means to protect against stolen credentials. Read this brief to learn how to reduce the risk of stolen passwords with adaptive MFA across everyone and everything.
Download this brief to learn about:
- Implementing MFA across your enterprise for maximum protection
- Leveraging context for adaptive, step-up MFA
- Balancing user convenience and security with a choice of authentication methods
- Strengthening security by combining MFA with single sign-on and least privilege access