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2FA or MFA: Which Authentication is Right for Your Business?

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Authentication works to ensure that you’re you. As technology evolves and business needs change, authentication methods need to be more dynamic. Today’s workforce demands flexibly in areas such as device choice, work location, and levels of access so that they can deliver in their role. Yet security teams still need to keep the business safe and secure. This is why authentication must to adapt based to deliver for the employee and the security team. 
 
On this webinar, we will look at the differences between two-factor authentication (2FA) and multi-factor authentication (MFA), assessing the strengths and weaknesses of both and what factors you can expect to use in both options. We will also look at going “Passwordless” and what that really means to the employee and the business.

Key takeaways:

  • Why traditional two-factor authentication is no longer enough to protect your business
  • What the differences are between 2FA and MFA
  • The evolution of multi-factor authentication to include biometric and contextual factor
  • The “Passwordless” future

Speakers

James Gosnold

Security Practitioner

Barry  McMahon

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