The path to Zero Trust - why phishing-resistant MFA is a must

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Security professionals agree: MFA is superior to the traditional combination of username and password. However, the practical efficacy of MFA depends on the

factors being used, and the security of these factors depends on a number of variables.

  • The assurance level of the factor
  • The deployability of the factor
  • The availability to pair the factor with context (e.g., user, device, network context)

Read on to learn more about why now is the right time for companies to integrate phishing-resistant MFA into their Zero Trust strategy, and how Okta can help.