The Business Case for Legacy IAM Modernization, Part 2: Upgrading On-Prem 2FA to Cloud-delivered, Adaptive MFA

July 3, 2017
Dustin Maxey
Director of Product Marketing

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:


  • Increase employee and partner productivity
  • Reduce risk of breach
  • Lower IT costs
  • Improve predictability of operating expenses


Many organizations are already making the shift from common legacy solutions, like RSA SecurID, Symantec VIP, Gemalto (Safenet) and others. To help yours make a change of its own, read Building the Business Case for Upgrading On-Prem 2FA to Cloud delivered, Adaptive MFA.


In case you missed it, here's Part One: Building the Business Case for Modernizing Legacy Web Access Management.


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.