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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.
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.
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.