Optimising Multi-Factor Authentication: Zero-Trust Adoption and Risk Policies

Cyber Security

Optimising Multi-Factor Authentication: Zero-Trust Adoption and Risk Policies

Forrester Research Inc. first coined the term “zero-trust” in 2010. A decade and a pandemic later, with businesses implementing hybrid multi-Cloud environments, identity and access management can no longer be considered optional. Passwords are no longer sufficient, with 81% of breaches involving weak or stolen passwords. Multi-factor authentication is now an essential for any modern business.

In this eBook, our partner WatchGuard discuss the powerful connection between zero-trust adoption and risk policies, and how multi-factor authentication sits at the core of these approaches by bringing the technology so very needed today to protect user identities and Cloud applications.

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