The challenges of multi-factor authentication in your security program

Posted: 18th Nov 2019

Overcome MFA implementation and adoption challenges, minimize hacking risk.

Multi-factor authentication, also referred to as two-factor authentication or 2FA, is a security enhancement that requires users to present two pieces of evidence before logging in to an account.

Acceptable credentials generally fall into one of three categories: something you know (a password or PIN), something you have (a smart phone or physical token), or something you are (your fingerprint). For multi-factor authentication, credentials must come from two different categories ...

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