How to Leverage AI-Powered Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) For Remote Work

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With the demand to set up a remote workforce quickly and efficiently, organizations face new challenges around controlling exactly who has access to corporate data outside the safety of the office network.

Authentication plays a central role in cybersecurity and the evolution to Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) has helped better secure access. But cybercriminals are constantly evolving their tactics -- including adding artificial intelligence to their toolkit. As a result, identity and access management (IAM) systems are rapidly implementing very sophisticated AI to further strengthen their security offerings.

MFA provides that critical layer of security and leveraging AI can make the technology more impactful, both in terms of improved security as well as minimal disruptions for end users.