Is (MFA) the key to protecting users?

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Traditionally organizations have secured access to VPNs and applications with passwords, but they are becoming increasingly difficult to manage and ineffective. Hackers are phishing, social engineering, and employing other sophisticated techniques to stealing high-profile credentials and succeeding at alarming rates.

Is multifactor authentication (MFA) the key to protecting users? In this white paper, uncover the facts about MFA and how to secure accounts from unauthorized access, even if a password is compromised. Inside, you'll learn more about:

  1. Enabling policy driven contextual access management
  2. Leveraging big data insights
  3. Securing apps and VPN connections
Vendor:
Okta
Posted:
Jun 2, 2021
Published:
Feb 17, 2016
Format:
PDF
Type:
White Paper
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