Did you know 48% of cybersecurity breaches are NOT preventable by strong multi-factor authentication (MFA)?
What is MFA? Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is the process of a user or device providing two or more different types of proofs of control associated with a specific digital identity, in order to gain access to the associated permissions, rights, privileges, and memberships. Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) implies that exactly two proofs are required for a successful authentication, for example, a password plus biometrics and is a subset of MFA.
All multi-factor authentication (MFA) mechanisms can be compromised, and in some cases, it’s as simple as sending a traditional phishing email. Want to know how to defend against MFA hacks? This eBook covers over a dozen different ways to hack various types of MFA and how to defend against those attacks.
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Remember, multi-factor authentication is a good practice, but it is not unhackable. However, following these best practices will equip you with the tools you need to protect yourself and your data.
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