Web Seminar  MFA 2.0 – It’s all about the process

Nov. 14, 2019 | 2 PM ET/11 AM PT
Hosted by American Banker

The FBI recently issued a warning that cybercriminals are circumventing multi-factor authentication (MFA) through common social engineering and technical attacks. This should not be a surprise to anyone in the cybersecurity industry. One thing we know is that any and every authentication technique has been and always will be bypassed by savvy cybercriminals.

So, how can we deploy strong, yet usable protections? Realizing that authentication is not only about the authenticators used, but is actually more about the entire authentication process is the key to stronger and more user-friendly authentication and security. Authentication processes must be agile, flexible and specifically tailored to the context of every user journey in every channel.

Join George Tubin, Director of Marketing at Transmit Security and Raj Galagali, Director of Customer Solutions and Field Engineering at Transmit Security to learn:

  • Why a process-centric approach to MFA provides stronger security with a better user experience vs. an authenticator-centric approach
  • How to provide a consistent authentication experience across multiple channels
  • How to support customer authentication preferences into your MFA platform rather than implementing a one-size-fits-all approach
  • Why identity orchestration is the key to a successful MFA strategy
George Tubin
Transmit Security
Raj Galagali
Director, Customer Solutions and Field Engineering
Transmit Security
Mike Sisk
Contributing Editor
American Banker

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