Three Ways Two-Factor Authentication Can Stop APTs from Spreading

Watch this It’s an unfortunate reality. Once advanced persistent threat (APT) attackers gain access to a single-factor password based authentication system, it’s relatively easy for them to spread their chaos. Watch this archived Randy Franklin Smith webcast, where he discusses three ways two-factor authentication can stop APTs from spreading.


Randy provides an in-depth technical review of two-authentication, and clears up some of the misperceptions about this system. He also addresses matters such as:


  • What are the best ways to implement two-authentication systems
  • Why self-registration and instant replacement are critical
  • What are the key industry standards that make two-factor rollouts simpler
  • Why it’s important to remain token-vendor agnostic
  • How to make two-factor authentication affordable for your organization


Plus, learn how Dell™ Defender self-registration and ZeroIMPACT migration capabilities facilitate easier rollouts.


In short, it’s a can’t-miss presentation if you’re concerned about network security threats.


Watch the webcast

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Kelly H
Kelly Hardy has been in the technology industry for more than 18 years, with the last ten focused on the identity and access management market. Kelly has deep expertise in developing go-to-market messages...