Why do you need Multifactor Authentication?

Without Multifactor Authentication, organizations are wide open to attack when their employees fall for phishing scams or share passwords. What’s holding them back?

Stolen credentials are one of the biggest threats to businesses today. The reason behind that is simple, the attacker is actually using valid (that is, compromised but valid) credentials, so why would your antivirus, firewall, or other security technologies flag anything abnormal? They assume that the person accessing your network is who they say they are.

Despite knowing this threat, many organizations are still not doing what needs to be done about password security. A few years ago, we conducted a survey with 500 IT security managers in the US and UK, and the results revealed that only 38% of organizations use MFA to better secure network credentials. Sadly, some recent research show that things haven’t much changed.


4 Myths of Multifactor Authentication

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Chris Bunn is the Directeur Général Adjoint of IS Decisions, a global cybersecurity software company, specializing in access management and multi-factor authentication for Microsoft Active Directory environments and the cloud.

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