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BrandPost: How Much MFA is Too Much MFA?

16
Dec
2016

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In today’s sophisticated IT world, relying on simple username and password authentication is no longer enough to ward off the growing volume and variety of cyber-attacks. Because multi-factor authentication (MFA) requires multiple methods for identification, it’s one of the best ways to prevent unauthorized access to corporate data.

At the same time, however, MFA must be reasonably easy to use to ensure high acceptance—adding too many steps can limit widespread adoption.

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