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Can MFA Be Phished? How to Avoid Getting Scammed

Can MFA Be Phished? How to Avoid Getting Scammed

The unpleasant genius of phishing attacks is that almost anything is phishable. Most phishing attacks are an attempt to steal a user’s credentials – a username and password – which, as everyone in cybersecurity knows, is relatively easy to do. But can MFA be phished? For years now, we’ve known that the only protection against … Continued

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UserLock: A Duo MFA Alternative

UserLock: A Duo MFA Alternative

The importance of implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) is hard to overstate. With tens of thousands of cyber attacks occurring every day and ever-more sophisticated attack methods, most organizations now recognize that protecting access requires more than a password. Having two or more factors of authentication in place is the new standard. And the data backs … Continued

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How Can Granular MFA Help Balance Security and Productivity?

How Can Granular MFA Help Balance Security and Productivity?

In less than a decade, how organizations apply multi-factor authentication (MFA) with Active Directory has rapidly evolved. What was once a specialized security technology to secure privileged accounts is now a best practice to secure all user and service accounts. The problem is, most MFA solutions weren’t designed with implementation across all users in mind. … Continued

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