|The increasing need for online authentication means greater security concerns for organizations relying on the old standard of username and password. That's why many organizations are turning to Multifactor Authentication (MFA).
By leveraging two of something you know, something you have or something you are, MFA can greatly increase your security while actually simplifying life for your users. MFA doesn't need to be difficult to implement. In this paper, we describe the important factors you need to consider when moving to MFA, plus the four things you need to look for in a MFA vendor. You may already have the hardware necessary to implement MFA, so take the next step. Read the flash point paper today.
Remove Risk and Simplify with Multifactor Authentication
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