Why are enterprises transitioning from MFA to zero trust security?

Zero trust is a new way of thinking about breaches. It says that no person – not even the most important ones — should be trusted. In theory, if a user passes an additional barrier for access (e.g., question-answer-based multi-factor authentication), businesses can trust that they are who they claim to be.  In practice, we know this is not always …

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MFA security: Not the perfect panacea everyone thinks it is

Since its arrival decades ago, multi-factor authentication (MFA) has promised to make our online lives more secure than simple login name and password authentication solutions. The sheer number of ways to compromise password authentication solutions is leading more organizations into using or considering MFA for at least some of their logins. In fact, almost 60 percent of organizations have already …

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