Sure, you can spell enterprise security without the letters M-F-A, but the modern digital enterprise isn't as cyber secure without a strong multi-factor authentication (MFA) strategy.
Enterprises are under attack, and credentials are a primary target. According to the 2015 Verizon DBIR, 95% of all web app hacks involve credentials that were harvested from customer devices. Many leading enterprises are enhancing their security and control with MFA, allowing them to move away from a high-risk, password based security approach and to give their employees, partners, and customers a better user experience.
Join Paul Madsen from the CTO office of Ping Identity as he covers:
- Authentication 101
- Choosing the right authentication mechanisms for your environment
- Applying a risk based model to step-up MFA
- Best practices in step-up MFA including: risk analysis, self-service, native applications, multiple touch points/channels, and more