Your corporate directory services and individual application identity pools are fragmented and sprawled throughout your enterprise. What if there were a way to ‘join’ all of these directory services, virtually, into a single view, without consolidation, without creating another database or pushing and pulling directory identity data back and forth across the network in a never-ending process of synchronization.
MFA is the norm in business today due to the desire for better access control and the need to comply with regulatory requirements. And while every company and every vertical have different requirements for their MFA solutions, they all should start by analyzing the same three elements: scope, usability, and means of delivery. With these elements in mind, this paper takes a tactical approach to guide you through various MFA options.
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