A few weeks ago, part one of our three-part series on building a business case for modernizing legacy identity and access management (IAM) systems was introduced. IAM professionals know the many benefits of modernization, but building a case to convince others can be challenging.
To help, we're covering migration from legacy on-premises 2FA to cloud-delivered, adaptive multi-factor authentication (MFA) in part two of our series.
In this guide, you'll learn:
Business-critical reasons to migrate from 2FA to MFA
Common cost centers of legacy systems
Must-have capabilities in a new solution
Benefits to key stakeholders throughout your organization
You'll get the rationale and justification you need to demonstrate how an investment in modern multi-factor authentication can:
And to round out your business case, be sure to check back for Part 3. We'll be sharing our third and final guide: Building the Business Case for Consolidating Identities with a Modern Directory Solution.