Protecting enterprise data from cyberthreats is a constant and tiring affair. It’s usually weak, default, or stolen credentials that pave the way for data breaches. According to Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, 81 percent of breaches were due to stolen passwords.

The most widely-used password policy settings available in Active Directory (AD) have not changed in more than a decade. This makes it easy for hackers armed with the right tools to break into your AD domain in a matter of minutes. To end an attack before it even begins, you need a strong security strategy that can stop intrusions if a hacker gains access to user credentials.

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is one such strategy, as a malicious user would still need to validate themselves with a something other than a password to access the domain. MFA verifies users by combining something they know, like their username and password, with something that uniquely identifies them, such as one-time passwords (OTPs) sent through SMS or email.

In our upcoming webinar, our product expert will explore various ways you can improve your network security by enabling TFA for Windows and enterprise applications, as well as enforce MFA for password resets and account unlocks using ADSelfService Plus.

                                                                          Register now!

Date and time: 2pm GMT, November 15, 2018

Join our webinar and learn how to:

  • Protect network resources by enforcing TFA for Windows logins.

  • Secure self-service password resets and account unlocks with MFA.

  • Granularly enforce MFA based on specific OUs and groups in AD.

  • Enforce TFA for several on-premises and cloud applications.

If you’re busy on November 15th, go ahead and register anyway. We’ll send a recording of the webinar right to your inbox.

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