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Multi-Factor Authentication

Auth0 Launches Adaptive MFA to Increase Security and Reduce Friction for End Users

Advanced contextual-based feature only triggered by risky logins, mitigating hacking attacks and reducing threat of data breaches while preserving user experience Auth0, the identity platform for application teams,  launched Adaptive Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), a sophisticated security feature that helps reduce the threat of hacks and data breaches. Adaptive MFA is an important addition to Auth0’s expanding security portfolio—which also includes Bot Detection, Breached Password Detection, Brute Force Protection, and…

Ping Identity Multi-Factor Authentication Now Available in AWS Marketplace

Simplifies Procurement of Ping’s Industry-leading MFA Solution for Amazon Web Services Customers Ping Identity, the Intelligent Identity solution for the enterprise, announced the availability of PingID multi-factor authentication (MFA) in AWS Marketplace. Customers can now quickly procure and deploy PingID to secure work from home while adding an additional layer of security to their AWS infrastructure. Marketing Technology News: Raydiant Releases Virtual Room With Support From T-Mobile to Help Industries Adjust…

MobileIron Named a Leader in Three IDC MarketScape Reports for UEM and EMM Capabilities

Mobileiron Recognized for Security, Application Ecosystem Support, Mobile Access Control, and Deep Support of Both Android and iOS Platforms MobileIron, the company that introduced the industry’s first mobile-centric, zero trust platform for the enterprise, announced that it has been named a Leader in three IDC MarketScape reports: Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software 2019–2020 Vendor Assessment, Worldwide Enterprise Mobility Management Software 2019-2020 Vendor Assessment2, and Worldwide Enterprise Mobility…

Future of Cybersecurity: Best Practices for Small Businesses

Not so long ago, cybercrime was primarily associated with big business and government organizations – in other words, huge entities whose information is extremely valuable. Small and medium-sized businesses felt largely unaffected by the cybercrime scare – after all, as long as you do not move around millions of dollars, there is no reason to target you, right? Wrong. As cybercrime methods grow more sophisticated and hackers grow more numerous and organized, they more and more often turn their attention to small companies.…