Multi-Factor Authentication: Why Your Small Business Needs It and How to Get It

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Chad Quarles, CISO/Security Advisor, was interviewed for a series of blog posts from PSA Insurance & Financial Services about basic cybersecurity best practices for small and mid-size businesses. The first installment in the series discusses multi-factor authentication (MFA). Here is an excerpt from the piece:

“MFA is quickly becoming “table stakes” for businesses that are serious about protecting their customers’ and employees’ sensitive information. MFA is particularly critical for protecting remote access technologies, Software as a Service (SaaS) applications that are accessible from the Internet, and privileged administrative user accounts. Benefits of using MFA for your business include:

  • Limiting the impact of password breaches
  • Reducing vulnerability to credential phishing
  • Staying compliant with various regulatory requirements
  • Demonstrating to customers, employees and stakeholders that your business takes information security seriously”

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