“Protecting your network is essential and weak passwords are your Achilles heel. MFA is an excellent solution to combat the problem and something you should be looking at right now.”
– Glenn Baruck, eDot
According to researchers, weak passwords are the cause of 80% of data breaches. If you are a small business, how do you protect your network when your team’s passwords are your weakest link? Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a good starting point, but the common one-size-fits-all approach to this method leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to network protection. If you want to improve your protection against cyber risks while being able to authenticate users with different access levels, devices, attributes and behavior, adaptive multi-factor authentication is the recommended solution.
If you are not familiar MFA, this article by Smart Hustle Magazine will give you a better understanding of the concept.