Multi-Factor Authentication Requires a Fallback Plan

MFA isn’t 100% protection for your crown-jewel assets. When disaster strikes, keep them hidden from view in an invisible digital vault.

As seen in the recent breaches of Uber, Cisco, and other organizations, multi-factor authentication (MFA) isn’t stopping the most determined adversaries.  In response to increasing adoption of MFA, threat actors are crafting elaborate exploits that bypass and even breach MFA with potentially devastating results.  

MFA is a valuable access control system – but it isn’t foolproof.  You still need another line of defense to ensure your crown-jewel assets stay safe in the face of a catastrophic breach. 

If you’re using MFA or are planning to, you should read this ebook: Multi-factor Authentication Requires a Fallback Plan. In it, we discuss:

  • The dynamics that threaten the effectiveness of multi-factor authentication
  • Examples of the many techniques used to bypass or breach MFA systems
  • The grave risk that MFA exploits pose to security-conscious organizations
  • How network obfuscation protects critical assets even when intruders breach the enterprise network