Risk-Based Authentication: A Critical Element to Any Zero-Trust Deployment

Risk-Based Authentication: A Critical Element to Any Zero-Trust Deployment

Forrester Research Inc. first coined the term “zero-trust” in 2010. A decade and a pandemic later, with businesses implementing hybrid multi-Cloud environments, identity and access management can no longer be considered optional. Extending VPN protection is not enough.

Risk-based authentication enhances both security and user experience by allowing you to rank the resources you want to protect based on risk level and type of user. This gives you the power to create rules that are unique to the security structure in your organization, therefore enabling more flexibility and higher protection only when necessary.

In this eBook, we discuss the powerful connection between zero-trust adoption and risk policies, and how multi-factor authentication sits at the core of these approaches by bringing the technology so very needed today to protect user identities and Cloud applications.




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