After Lapsus$, How to protect your SSO from vendor and contractor compromise
When contractors and vendors have access to your network, Single Sign On (SSO) can give attackers the opportunity they need to cause real damage. Sure, SSO simplifies access management across multiple applications, but how can organizations be sure the user on the other side of the connection hasn’t been compromised? Adding MFA makes logging in harder, but does it make it better?
the other side of the connection hasn’t been compromised? Adding MFA makes logging in harder, but does it make it better?makes logging in harder, but does it make it better?
This presents a tough set of questions that security teams need to address. It’s time to rethink Identity in IAM. This webinar will explore why security teams are turning to identity-verified biometrics to eliminate the security loopholes in passwords that can make your SSO an entry ramp to cyber attacks.
This webinar will cover:
- The imperative to continuously evaluate risk and verify identity at every point of access
- How to replace passwords by conveniently onboarding users to strong passwordless MFA
- How leading organizations are using this approach to enhance security of their SSO