Not a day goes by without cyber criminals bragging about a data breach – from Ashley Madison to Sony. The fact is, no company appears to be immune to data breaches and hacks.
An over-dependence on passwords and a reliance on passwords that provide “as much protection as a piece of paper in a rainstorm” leaves many organisations vulnerable to cyber threats, a global security professional has warned.
In the wake of so many high-profile breaches based on stolen or brute-force password attacks, many businesses have rushed to implement MFA to provide an extra layer of security and mitigate the risk of data breaches.
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