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After a number of high-profile security breaches, account security has become top-of-mind for many organizations. Some of these breaches could have been prevented or at made more difficult with sensible data encryption, hashing, or the implementation of multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Many organizations take IT security extremely seriously, but there are also many who have, in the past, chosen to take their chances, determining that the cost of implementing security measures exceeds the cost of a breach. But it isn't as binary as that: it is possible to take security seriously, but not seriously enough!

As we are now seeing, the risk formula is shifting in both parameters; attacks are becoming more sophisticated and more common, and due to regulations like GDPR, the potential costs of a breach are much higher. Those companies who are taking their chances urgently need to revisit their risk assessments!

Does MFA keep you safe from cyber attacks?

The problem of account security is solved if you implement MFA, surely? 

To answer this question, we have to examine authentication in general, and the attacks on it. In this webinar, Oxford Computer Group's worldwide CTO James Cowling will do just that. He'll discuss: 

  • What is authentication? MFA? 2FA? The null protocol (FA)?
  • What sort of attacks on authentication are prevalent? 
  • Can MFA thwart all attacks? Which problems remain? 
  • Is there "good" MFA and "better" MFA? 

For all this and more, don't miss this webinar!

DATE Thursday, September 19, 2019
TIME 10 am Pacific | 1 pm Eastern | 6 pm UK
DURATION 60 minutes

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