Passwords, the most common authentication mechanism in use, have been around since the 1960s. While passwords remain popular, they simply aren’t enough to keep an organisation secure in today’s world.
This is where multi-factor authentication (MFA) comes into play. Our guide shows you why authenticating with only passwords isn’t sufficient anymore, and how MFA can help your organisation reduce the probability of an account compromise by 99.9 percent.
Key insights in this e-book:
- Shortcomings of passwords
- Why MFA is the best way to secure your organisation’s user accounts
- MFA best practices
- How to implement MFA in your organisation