The Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report found that 63% of breaches in the enterprise were caused by stolen or weak credentials. Many, if not all, of these incidents could be prevented with stronger authentication methods like two-factor authentication or, better yet, modern multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Modern MFA moves beyond the traditional something you know, have or are protocol to apply authentication requirements based on the risk involved in the requested access. By only applying additional authentication when needed, contextual MFA provides more secure access, a better experience to your users and lower costs to your enterprise.
If you’re ready to move beyond passwords - and we both know you need to - you’re in the right place. Use this guide to deepen your understanding of modern MFA requirements, benefits and functionality so you can confidently navigate the best path forward for your enterprise.