Rita Reynolds (NACo), Sybil Gurney (Alameda County), Kimberly Johnson (BIO-key International)
Although multi-factor authentication (MFA) is at the top of the NACo cybersecurity priorities and best practices list, many counties find that MFA implementation is not straightforward. MFA can be an overwhelming project, especially with limited resources. There is a lot to consider, including selecting the right authentication methods to keep your county secure, while making sure employees, suppliers and citizens will use them.
Watch the webinar for a practical discussion on the path to go from passwords to MFA on every single account. You will learn about:
- How to assess your current strategy and create an implementation plan
- Why stronger password controls may be a good starting point
- Why a communication strategy is essential to help with user adoption
- How to reduce time, costs, and workload during implementation
Whether you’re just starting to think about MFA or have already started implementation, this is a discussion you won’t want to miss.