By Kevin Townsend on May 24, 2017
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is the security industry’s response to failings in the simple and traditional userID/password authentication approach. MFA is considered to be a primary solution to help defeat phishing and to demonstrate compliance. But it suffers from one major drawback: user friction.
Put simply, MFA delays business. Users don’t like it, and business managers see it as a delay in business processes. The industry is responding with attempts to reduce that friction. Earlier this week, Preempt launched a product that applies behavioral-based MFA to specified applications. Now Vera has announced an add-on to its data-centric solution that allows MFA to be limited to specified data.
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