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Learn how multi-factor authentication protects companies and their customers
Ransomware attacks are rising. So is cyber-espionage, phishing attacks, and credential stuffing. Many of these attacks rely on stealing user credentials, particularly passwords. So how are businesses to protect themselves and their customers?
Single sign-on is a good first step, as it helps reduce the number of passwords in use. But it’s not enough. That’s why companies are looking to multi-factor authentication and adaptive authentication. Find out how these two technologies protect corporate and customer data, even when hackers succeed in stealing passwords.