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Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a method and technology to verify a user’s identity requiring two or more credential category types for the user to be able to log into a system or make a transaction.

Why Multi-Factor Authentication is Critical Right Now

Emergencies such as natural disasters or pandemics force organizations to take measures for establishing work-from-home procedures. One of the first security measures organizations must implement for remote work is multi-factor authentication (MFA). Multi-factor authentication is a method to protect access to corporate networks and business-critical systems, both on-premises and remotely. It requires an employee or a partner to provide at least two authentication factors to confirm his or her identity and login credentials.

VIDEO: Remote Workforce Roundtable Pt. 2 - Endpoint Security & EDR

In part one of our Remote Workforce Roundtable, we spoke to the larger cybersecurity trends at hand with remote working and security vulnerabilities. This time I sat down with Greg Foss from VMware Carbon Black for a more endpoint-focused discussion on remote work.

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