Preventing Hacks of Multi-Factor Authentication


Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) may be more secure than a simple login name and password but it’s not the perfect, unhackable solution many think it is. MFA is being hacked every day and organizations of all sizes are vulnerable. Roger A. Grimes, KnowBe4's Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, a security expert with 30+ years of experience, describes in this video webcast replay. He’ll walk you through the many ways hackers are currently exploiting common MFA solutions. You’ll also see a hacking demo with Kevin Mitnick, KnowBe4’s “Chief Hacking Officer”. We cover:  

  • Authentication vs. Authorization 
  • Layout of numerous ways to hack MFA 
  • How to defend your MFA solution 
  • Building your human firewall for a blended-defense strategy