Authentication Fundamentals: Multi-Factor and Single Sign-On Explained

05 Oct 2017
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The simple combination of a user ID and password is no longer enough to protect our most vulnerable information. Identity theft, data breaches, malware and malicious actors means digital security must stay one step ahead of security threats to stay effective. With security officers having a choice between two security solutions—single sign-on (SSO) or multi-factor authentication (MFA)—deciding what’s best for your organization requires careful consideration of the pros and cons of each approach.
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