Fraud Management & Cybercrime , Multi-factor & Risk-based Authentication , Ransomware
OnDemand | Why You Have an MFA Emergency on Your Hands And What to do About It
“MFA blocks 99% of attacks” until it doesn’t. An outdated MFA is a clear and present danger. In this webinar with Roger Grimes, author of “Hacking Multifactor Authentication”, we’ll enumerate the multiple vulnerabilities with existing “phishable” MFA; and the TTP’s hackers are employing to bypass the MFA that nearly all organizations are using today.
Join this discussion as we explore:
- Three common types of MFA bypass attacks (social engineering, MitM, and Man-in-the-browser);
- Defining key technical requirements for modern “phishing-resistant” MFA;
- NIST standards to focus on MFA deployment.
Attend this session for a chance to win 1 of 5 signed copies of Roger Grimes’ “Hacking Multifactor Authentication” book.