According to Verizon's 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report, the three kinds of attacks that account for 67% of breaches are credential theft, errors and social attacks.
With advancements in hacking techniques, even if you have strong passwords, there are high chances that the users' identity can get compromised. Therefore, it becomes essential for you to secure your network resources with an additional layer of identity protection.
Join our product expert, Sharada Murthy, in this session to learn how to boost your organization’s security with multi-factor authentication.
An advanced password policy tool that helps impose requirements on length, age, character type, and repetition during local and remote self-service password resets and password changes using the product as well as native AD password changes. Multiple policies can be created and applied to users belonging to specific OUs, groups, and domains.
An authentication feature that protects local and remote access to Windows, macOS, and Linux machines by employing additional layers of authentication such as biometrics, TOTP, YubiKey, Azure AD MFA, and more. Based on user privilege and access to resources, specific authentication methods can be mandated.
A tool that automatically heightens or relaxes authentication for enterprise resources by analyzing user access data. Information such as IP address, geolocation, device used, and time of access are captured and analyzed for risk levels based on which actions such as applying MFA, and enabling or disabling SSO and self-service password actions are carried out.
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