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Practical User Authentication Strategies for Government Agencies

Practical User Authentication Strategies for Government Agencies
Government agencies at all levels (federal, state and local) face unprecedented IT security threats from an increasingly organized and well-funded community of cybercriminals. Add stringent regulatory requirements to this and government agencies are faced with a daunting task of managing risk and adhering to compliance standards.

Register for this webinar to:

  • Gain a clear understanding of today's threat landscape;
  • Learn how to transfer private business best practices to the public sector with rapid compliance and a low total cost of ownership;
  • Compare the most popular two-factor solutions, including tokenless phone-based authentication.

Background

With government agencies entrusted to protect citizens' personal, financial, and health records, as well as data vital to national security, the risks are incredibly high.

And with sophisticated cyber criminals constantly probing for access to this information, the threats are constant and real.

Add to this threat landscape the realities of regulatory requirements, which mandate that access to this information be secured with multi-factor authentication, despite the burdensome costs and time required to implement these solutions.

Clearly, government agencies are challenged.

In this session, learn how public and private sector organizations are adopting phone-based, two-factor authentication to mitigate risk for a fraction of the cost of security tokens and smart cards.

With a discussion led by industry thought-leaders, you will learn how to:

  • Assess today's top risks;
  • Weigh pros and cons of two-factor solutions;
  • Transfer private business best practices to the public sector with rapid compliance and a low total cost of ownership.

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