The Federal Zero Trust Strategy (OMB M-22-09) requires agencies to implement “phishing-resistant” multi-factor authentication (MFA) for employees, partners, and contractors. It must also be available as an option public-facing services too. But what is phishing-resistant MFA? How is it different from common MFA authenticators like push notifications?
In this engaging session, we’ll uncover the truth about phishing-resistant MFA. You’ll learn
- What MFA authenticators are phishing-resistant under the Federal Zero Trust Strategy
- How recent attacks succeeded despite MFA implementation
- The technology that underpins all phishing-resistant MFA
- How to accelerate your zero trust goals by modernizing identity
Director of Product Marketing, Public Sector
Director of Product Management, Federal