MFA

Risks, Compliance, Standards, and MFA

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In most organizations, security solutions (and in particular MFA, multi-factor authentication) are not requested by the security department or even IT, they are mandated by the risks & compliance team. Indeed, although protecting information systems against intrusions and using specific technology for that sounds obvious, very few companies deploy a protection in anticipation. They more than often delay it until they are required to – or until they are hit so badly that they nearly go out of business (giving recent examples would make this blog post considerably too long).

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The Consumerization Of Enterprise MFA

The Consumerization Of Enterprise MFA

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The odds are that you were first exposed to some form of advanced authentication as an employee when you were given a key-chain token to connect to the company VPN or webmail, or as a customer when you received a code in a short text asking you to confirm a transaction. Although these look like completely different technologies, they have exactly the same single purpose Read More