Passwords Fail to Protect Sensitive Data
Date: Jul 24, 2017
How Multi-factor Authentication can save the day
We have relied on passwords as a security measure for decades, however data breaches via this authentication method continue to plague organisations across the globe.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) lowers the risk of unauthorised access by adding an additional stage of authentication to portals, cloud apps, VPNs and admin consoles. It takes the ‘something you know’ (password) and adds a second gateway of ‘something you own’.
Considering 80% of publicly disclosed network and data breaches could have been prevented using an MFA solution, it’s no surprise that MFA has become so widespread.
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