Strong authentication that supports zero trust initiatives

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David Treece, Director, Solutions Architecture (Yubico) Chris Streeks, Sr Solutions Engineer (Yubico)

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The on-going remote and hybrid work environment has highlighted security gaps and the need for both industry and government organizations to implement a zero-trust architecture. The July 2020 Twitter hack was just one of many events that highlighted how hackers exploited remote remote working and application-based MFA. Attend this webinar to learn the seven key strong authentication best practices that can support your organization’s zero trust security initiatives, so you can protect your employees against account takeovers, while providing easy to use strong authentication—including passwordless login. Confidentiality and Data Processing: The information you provide in this form will be held in confidence by Yubico, Inc. and its Affiliates. Any personal information submitted in this form will be used by Yubico, Inc. and its Affiliates, for their performance of this webinar, and as such, you agree to being contacted and receiving relevant marketing materials. “Affiliate” means an entity that, directly or indirectly, controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with Yubico, Inc.

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