Shut The Front Door
A Risk-based Case for Zero Trust Authentication
Authentication is broken, and longer, stronger passwords combined with legacy MFA are leading to an increasing number of breaches. We have over a decade's worth of data showing how most successful breaches involve stolen credentials. Now we are witnessing a rapidly rising number of breaches bypassing existing MFA. The concept of Zero Trust ensures that all access requests are verified, authorized, authenticated, and monitored. This session will explore how organizations can build a modern form of authentication, built on principles of zero trust that eliminates passwords, provides phishing-resistant MFA, and enables a frictionless user experience.