Episode 58: How Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Protects Businesses & Cyber Insurers
Multifactor authentication – MFA – is becoming more and more ubiquitous. Why? Because it helps secure credentials and protect businesses from a breach. Also why? Because cyber insurers are now making it a requirement to get a policy. WatchGuard Technologies Director of Authentication Alexandre Cagnoni joins us to discuss MFA, why it’s a key to a more protected network and why those cyber insurers want clients who have it. Plus, he explains it’s easier to implement than one may think, especially using the app-friendly WatchGuard AuthPoint.
Read a recent article on the subject by Alexandre, called How Hackers Bypass MFA and Ways to Stop Them.
And find the right AuthPoint solution for your network size by browsing the options.
In headlines, hear about a Robinhood breach through a customer service call. And then, learn about widespread breaches in sensitive industries around the world. Finally, it’s a bust – of some REvil ransomware affiliates.
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