Two-factor authentication: Security for an age of zero trust

Jul 26, 2013

Download A shift in the information security paradigm is well underway. We operate in an Age of Zero Trust, where the lines of trusted or untrusted users are becoming increasingly hard to credibly define. In this whitepaper you will learn about the increased risks and exposures caused by the de-perimeterization of computing and the failure of passwords. In addition, you will learn how weak authentication can sabotage other security measures, and why strong two-factor authentication should be your first line of defense against security breaches.