Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to Windows Server and Desktop Environment

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Rohan Ramesh Product Marketing Management Director - Entrust Identity

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It is widely known that passwords are the leading cause of breaches, with 61% of breaches attributed to compromised credentials. Organizations need to enforce multi-factor authentication (MFA) to secure their users and data; but not all MFA solutions offer the same sort of protection and are susceptible to compromise by attackers. In addition to securing access to cloud apps and resources, it is important to secure access to windows server and desktop environment with MFA to prevent unauthorized access of critical resources. -Typical MFA based attacks -Breakdown of an attack using the cyber kill chain -Various types of MFA options -Live demo of how you can enforce MFA for your windows server and desktop environment including securing a windows remote desktop client.
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