Improve the resiliency of multifactor authentication by giving users more information, making default settings more secure, hiding secrets and more.
Multifactor authentication boosts the safety of usernames and passwords, but depending on the MFA method used, it may not offer as much protection as you might think.
To better secure user accounts and data, it's time to make MFA more resilient.
At Authenticate 2022, Roger Grimes, data-driven defense evangelist at security awareness company KnowBe4, presented how vendors can improve their MFA products.
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