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Password123 is Not a Password

Data leaks are most often caused by password breaches. General password protection is one of the weakest forms of user authentication. Yet businesses continue to use it to protect their most critical corporate data. Multifactor Authentication is essential because it enables organizations to keep their networks secure by permitting only authenticated users (or processes) to access their protected resources, including computer systems, networks, databases, websites, and other network-based applications or services.

Two-Factor and Multi-Factor Authentication is a great way to add an extra layer of security to your online accounts and protect yourself against email cyber-attacks. Protected Harbor’s 2FA prevents hackers from simply guessing passwords and lets you focus on protecting other network vulnerabilities. By implementing these simple steps, you can protect your business and its data without adding too much time or hassle into everyday workflows.

One of the easiest ways to protect your company from being hacked is with Protected Harbor’s two-factor authentication. Protected 2FA will help ensure your information is more secure, and it doesn’t take much more time or effort than your previous method.

You might think it’s unnecessary to use two-step verification when you already have a high-end cybersecurity software, but that is not entirely true. Software and two-step verification work together to make sure your information is safe. A bad actor can bypass a security measure, so it’s necessary to have other protections in place too. This is where Protected Harbor’s 2FA come in handy again.

Two Factor Authentication
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
For good reason, two-factor authentication is becoming increasingly popular. No matter how strong your password is, it is no longer your only defense against hacking and other cyber threats. With two-factor authentication, there’s an extra layer of security keeping your data safe.

2FA solves the password problem by requiring employees to have both something they know like a username and password, as well as something physical that they have like a token or a Multi-Factor Authentication app for a smartphone. This combination requires employees to demonstrate that they are who they say they are, and it is extremely successful in preventing brute-force, phishing, and social engineering attacks.

Multi-Factor Authentication
Multi-Factor Authentication keeps data and systems secure by adding roadblocks that stop bad actors in their tracks. Even if a password or other authentication method is compromised, it’s extremely rare that a hacker also has a second or third authentication factor. MFA benefits include

  • Increased Security
  • Reduced Risk from Compromised Passwords
  • Customizable Security Solution
  • Compatible with Single Sign-On (SSO)
  • Scalable for Changing User Bases
  • Meets Regulatory Compliance
  • Enables Enterprise Mobility
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Identity authentication is at the forefront of enabling the right people to access the right resources – all from suitable devices and locations. You risk inhibiting your operational potential or leaving your company vulnerable to a data breach if you get it wrong. Identity and Access Management (IAM) should no longer be considered optional, it should be essential. Don’t allow unrestricted user access and create more network vulnerabilities. Get Multifactor Authentication from Protected Harbor and keep your data safe.

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