Hacking Multifactor Authentication: An IT Pro’s Lessons Learned After Testing 150 MFA Products

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) can be a highly effective way to safeguard your organization’s data, but that doesn’t mean it’s unhackable. And nobody knows that better than award-winning author and Data-Driven Defense Evangelist at KnowBe4, Roger Grimes. While researching his most recent book Hacking Multifactor Authentication, Roger tested over 150 MFA solutions. And he wants to share what he learned with you! Join Roger as he discusses the good, the bad, and the ugly lessons he learned from his research. He’ll share with you what works, what doesn’t, and what you should absolutely avoid.

Available:
On Demand
Duration:
1h 00min

In this webinar you'll learn about:

  • Differences between various MFA tools and why they matter
  • Real-world hacking techniques Roger used to expose MFA weaknesses
  • What makes MFA software weak or strong and what that means to you
  • Tips on choosing the best MFA software for your company
  • Why a strong human firewall is your best last line of defense

Featured Speakers

  • Roger Grimes
    Roger Grimes
    Data-Driven Defense Evangelist
    KnowBe4

    Roger Grimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, is a 30-year computer security consultant, instructor, holder of dozens of computer certifications and an award-winning author of 10 books and over 1,000 magazine articles on computer security. He now serves as the Data-Driven Security Analyst for KnowBe4. He has worked at some of the world’s largest computer security companies, including Foundstone, McAfee and Microsoft. Grimes holds a bachelor’s degree from Old Dominion University. He was the weekly security columnist for InfoWorld and CSO magazines from 2005-2019.

  • Peter Krass
    Peter Krass
    Contributing Editor
    Dark Reading

    Peter Krass is an editor and writer specializing in business technology. Formerly, Peter held senior editorial positions with Inc., Planet IT, Smart Enterprise, TechBuilder, InformationWeek, Dark Reading and the BusinessWeek newsletter group.

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