Findings show 74 percent of respondents who use two-factor authentication admit that they receive complaints
IRVINE, Calif. – Jan. 11, 2017 – SecureAuth® Corporation, the leader in adaptive access control, today announced the results of a survey that reveals challenges associated with two-factor authentication (2FA). Commissioned in conjunction with Amplitude Research, the responses surveyed 300 IT decision makers and cybersecurity professionals on industry perspectives and concerns with 2FA.
At SecureAuth, we know that constant innovation is needed in security to stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape. Recently, we added some crucial features to our RADIUS server support: IP based threat detection, Geo-Location, and Geo-Velocity – all parts of SecureAuth adaptive authentication. The reason is simple, to stop attackers from using stolen credentials to access critical resources like a corporate VPN.
To understand why these features are crucial to a security strategy, let’s look a little deeper into the anatomy of an attack.
There’s a reason companies have hired us to strengthen security in the aftermath of some of the biggest breaches in history. We know how to implement strong defenses that stop and contain attacks while protecting IT budgets and delivering a ﬁrst-class user experience. Here are our recommendations for security best practices, as well as tips on how we build the most advanced security programs on the market.
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The RSA Migration Module provides a migration path for our customers leading away from RSA security tokens and toward more advanced 2-factor authentication methods. Customers can continue to use their existing RSA tokens when authenticating to SecureAuth IdP, allowing a phased retirement of the legacy hard token technology.
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