Guide to evaluating two-factor solutions
Guide to evaluating two-factor solutions

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The average security breach costs an organization $6.5 million, plus countless employee hours, customer confidence, and hits to your brand reputation. We all know that passwords are the weakest link in our security armor, so the smartest budget choice we can make is to protect that link in real-time rather than deal with the aftermath.

But what's the best solution available? How do you convince your CEO that it's more critical now than ever to invest in strong authentication? We'll arm you with the tools to simplify both your budget and security decisions as you investigate strong authentication solutions for your organization.

We'll investigate topics such as:

  • Where should I anticipate an attack coming from?
  • Why won't my current security protocols work to protect me?
  • How does the current economic situation impact the velocity and veracity of attacks?
  • How do I build a business case for strong authentication? What's the ROI?

    We'll also introduce you to PhoneFactor – a tokenless two-factor solution that leverages a device your users already have, their phone, for strong authentication.

    Featured speakers:

    Steve Dispensa, Chief Technology Officer, Positive Networks/Phone Factor

    Chris Marshall, Senior Vice President of Sales, Positive Networks/Phone Factor

    Sponsored by 
    PhoneFactor is a phone-based two-factor authentication solution that eliminates the need for expensive tokens and other devices. Users instantly receive a call when logging in and press # to authenticate. It works with any phone, anywhere. PhoneFactor can be installed and configured in minutes. There are no tokens to mail, no hardware to buy, and no licensing fees to pay. In fact, the basic service is free with premium modules available for enterprise deployments.

    The award winning PhoneFactor service is used by leading companies in virtually every industry including Loomis Armored, OhioHealth, West Corporation, and BKD among others.