Stacy Blaiss (Director of Product Marketing), Tal Guest (Senior Product Manager)
Despite the rise of credential theft via phishing attacks and cyber-breaches, passwords alone are still the most common form of protection for employee accounts; many of which are used to gain access to sensitive data and systems. Not only are passwords often static, too easy to guess, and prone to theft, it’s also difficult to verify who is actually using them. These security issues with passwords are bringing two factor authentication to the spotlight, which enable a second security check beyond user name and password. Implementing this extra layer of security not only protects sensitive data and critical systems, but also verifies the user is who they say they are. This webinar will feature expert insight into multi-factor authentication technology and how organizations can shore up their security practices to better protect their networks and privileged accounts.