Symplified recently conducted a survey of your peers to assess current adoption and use of Strong Authentication methods. The findings were quite interesting, as 2012 looks to be shaping up as the year of multi-factor authentication. One-time-passwords, key fobs, USB tokens, PKI certificates, and the like are all being assessed – and implemented – by company’s just like you to protect high-value applications and data. Despite the multifarious options available, there were some strong commonalities in approach strategies from security experts we interviewed. Join us as we review the state of strong authentication awareness today, and the trends that we have found for the year ahead. Learn about the most popular forms of strong authentication in use today as well as some of the edge use cases that we discovered along the way.
Mark Callahan, Product Marketing Manager at Symplified, will be reviewing the study findings as well as sharing some of his insights for strong authentication best practices.