Buyer's Guide to Multi-factor Authentication

Today’s digital businesses are witnessing a mass migration of applications outside the firewall. Security demands are becoming more and more complex, so enterprises need to look past the days of single-factor authentication (aka, passwords). Multi-factor authentication (MFA) allows you to contextually step up your security and mitigate the costly risk of stolen credentials, all while providing a frictionless user experience.

But with so many MFA methods available, making the right choice can feel overwhelming. Download this guide to make the right decisions for your organization in three easy steps:

  • Setting your objectives

  • Defining your requirements

  • Selecting the right vendor and solution

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