Multifactor Authentication & Next Gen Security
A simple look at the evening news highlights the dire consequences of an enterprise security breach—whether it is losses from a heist after a building has been penetrated with a replicated access card, or the tragic results of an active shooter accessing protected premises using an employee badge. Single-factor authentication methods, such as mag-stripe cards or usernames and passwords, may have been sufficient in the infancy of access control, but now when badges and smartcards can be easily spoofed, enterprise security demands a next-generation approach. Increasingly, security directors are finding piece of mind through the use of multifactor authentication (MFA), which requires two or more forms of authentication within a single credential. Implementing MFA methods into a security system is a proactive approach to guarantee high assurance of identity, and is much more resilient to loss, compromise and theft than any one single-factor alternative alone. With the proper factors, the transition can be seamless, and the risk analysis versus cost benefits will leave you with an informed decision. The decision to upgrade to MFA rather than relying on single-factor methods could be the difference between staying in and going out of business if your organization is compromised.
Join this FREE webcast to learn more about next-generation MFA methods.
- Explore the challenges and successes of the various MFA methods available
- Learn how to migrate from a single-factor to multifactor authentication system
- Hear from end users who have successfully implemented multifactor authentication at their organizations and how they worked with their partners to choose their solutions
- And more!