Protecting data from cyberthreats is a tiresome yet continuous affair. It is usually the weak, default, or stolen credentials that pave way for most of the data breaches. To end an attack, even before it begins, you require a strong security strategy that stops intrusions even if the hacker gets access to users' credentials. MFA is one such strategy that helps you ward off data breaches as it adds additional layers of security to the authentication process.
Learn ways to improve your network security by enabling two-factor authentication (TFA) for Windows and enterprise applications using ADSelfService Plus.
Join this webinar and learn how to:
- Enforce TFA for Windows logons.
- Secure self-service password resets and account unlocks with MFA.
- Granularly enforce MFA based on specific OUs and groups in Active Directory.
- Enforce TFA for several on-premises and cloud applications.