No organization can afford to damage its reputation, risk lawsuits, or lose intellectual property, customer data, or other information to cyber criminals. Yet, hackers continue to aggressively go after user credentials. That’s why so many IT departments and so many regulations are focused on protecting passwords and securing access.
Find out why protecting passwords is key to protecting your organization’s data and intellectual property. Learn the potential cost of failure. And find out the two keys to lock your data from cyber criminals: single sign-on (SSO) and multi-factor authentication (MFA).
See how these technologies can protect your company without hindering employees, customers, contractors, vendors and others from getting the information they need.
In this white paper, we cover:
- The challenges facing IT departments
- The costs of failure
- The two key technologies used to protect credentials: SSO and MFA
- The way adaptive authentication can provide smart access through machine learning