5. Multi-Factor Authentication and Phishing Explained
Jasson Casey, CTO at Beyond Identity
About this talk
MFA incorporates knowledge, possession, and inherence to layer protection around a username and password.
But possession proof, in the form of codes, one-time passwords, sms, push, and magic links increase the attack surface and, perhaps worse, raise the illusion of authentication security.
In episode 5 of Beyond Identity CTO Jasson Casey's Zero Trust Authentication Master Class, well investigate a common Man-in-the-Middle attack framework – no ordinary “catphish” if you follow the logic.
This is Multi-Factor Authentication and Phishing Explained.
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