Stay Ahead of the Attacks With MFA and SSO
Enterprise security is a constantly shifting battlefield. Organizations are asked to defend against attacks and mitigate risks inside and outside their corporate perimeters, all while providing users access to a constantly growing application portfolio from anywhere on any device. This has resulted in a growing number of vulnerabilities, including multiple sets of credentials, a dispersed workforce that increases the need for VPN access (a.k.a. network-based trust), and the use of personal devices to access corporate resources.
What’s more, friction introduced by password, device and location challenges frustrates users, decreases their productivity, and increases administrative burden. It is no wonder that 72% of users reuse passwords and 26% will even write their passwords down on paper, according to the Ponemon Institute’s “The 2019 State of Password and Authentication Security Behaviors Report.”
IT teams have the daunting task of fortifying their organization’s security posture without harming user and admin productivity. They need a cloud identity and access management (IAM) solution that cost-effectively mitigates the security concerns mentioned above, improves user productivity, and is simple enough for generalists to integrate and manage.