Identity management and security is quickly emerging as a core priority. The easy availability of vast quantities of stolen or lost credentials — along with the ongoing success of some advanced phishing attacks, and brute force attacks — makes account takeovers all too easy for cybercriminals. Companies that rely only on a traditional password policy for access control are facing significant risks.
Multifactor authentication (MFA) can improve your identity protection and overall security, but there are different ways of implementing it, some better than others.
Multiple approaches to passwordless authentication are also emerging as a viable way to greatly reduce exposure to unauthorized access.
Zero Trust and the cloud
Zero trust is a robust, established approach to optimizing access control and authentication. Products like Barracuda CloudGen Access make unauthorized access almost impossible by constantly monitoring multiple factors — device ID, geo-location, time of day, consistency with baseline patterns, and more. It protects and manages access to all your resources, including SaaS applications and platforms.
Webinar: Zero Trust in AWS
Sign up now for an upcoming webinar that will show you how to go a step further by deploying zero trust in a way that fully and easily integrates with your AWS deployment.
Attend and let Emre Tezisci and Ilya Gaidarov demonstrate how CloudGen Access brings all the benefits of zero trust to AWS environments and how it enables secure access to corporate resources, simplifies access to AWS microservices, and streamlines compliance reporting.
Zero trust network access (ZTNA) capabilities dramatically reduce your exposure to risk, and a solution that easily integrates with your cloud and SaaS deployments and resources expands the benefits to be gained from ZTNA.
Don’t miss this chance to find out why more than 60% of organizations are planning to embrace Zero Trust — and how you can implement it to optimize security and slash your risk associated with identity theft or abuse.