How Hackers Bypass MFA… And How to Stop Them

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Cybersecurity Experts from Zimperium & RSA

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Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a key component to achieving Zero Trust, as it adds a secondary line of protection before allowing access to networks, applications, or databases. However, malicious actors have found ways to bypass this control through sophisticated SMS-based attacks, device compromises, malware and even network attacks. Join Zimperium and RSA for a discussion on how advanced mobile threat defense (MTD) solutions, either standalone or integrated into MFA apps directly, can enhance Zero Trust controls and protect MFA implementations by providing critical mobile device risk attestation. During the webinar we’ll cover: - How hackers can bypass traditional MFA solutions, including lessons learned from the Cloudflare, Uber, and Twilio attacks - How MTD provides critical mobile device risk attestation - How RSA has enabled its MFA app to be self-defending by embedding MTD technology

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