Elevate trust with multifactor authentication and fraud detection

For decades, Gartner has recommended the use of MFA to protect important information and user accounts. Organizations are now embracing MFA as a strategic enterprise initiative for two reasons:

The need for MFA has never been more acute, particularly as organizations migrate to hybrid/multicloud topologies for SaaS, IaaS and platform as a service (PaaS) — as well as collaboration tools like Exchange Online.

Today’s MFA technology delivers accelerated value due to SaaS-based MFA platforms — as well as mobile push and Fast Identity Online (FIDO)-style USB hardware authenticators.

It is imperative that organizations take a holistic, strategic approach to their enterprisewide MFA initiatives. MFA still requires some forethought, but technological advances like mobile push authentication and a SaaS management model make it much easier to deploy at scale. 

Want to dig deeper?  Explore multifactor authentication and fraud detection agenda sessions and more for the virtual Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit 2021

Explore the conference agenda built upon the latest Gartner research

Sessions include:

  • How to Choose an Identity Proofing Vendor
  • How to Select Optimal Authentication Methods for Your Users
  • Let the Right Bots in: How IAM Protects Against Business Logic Abuse
  • State of Fraud Detection
  • State of User Authentication, 2021

Enhance Remote Access Security With Multifactor Authentication and Access Management

The COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly hastened the move toward remote work and thus the need to implement secure remote access for large workforce populations. Security and risk management leaders should invest in MFA and access management for all kinds of remote access, and plan for rapid scaling.

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