Guide | Authentication

How to implement multifactor authentication

Data breaches not only damage corporate reputations, but also finances. Strong, reliable authentication measures can raise your security while adhering to compliance standards.

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What's in the guide

With the global average cost of data breach surging to US$3.86 million (2017 Cost of Data Breach Study, Ponemon Institute), customer-facing security is high on the agenda for any businesses allowing web access to any part of their customer journey.

In addition to the rising costs, security incidents can result in untold reputational costs as potential customers steer clear of brands with a history of security problems. Against the backdrop of numerous high-profile security breaches and associated business impact, many companies are looking to strengthen their customer-facing authentication by using multiple factors.

Download the Essential Guide to Strong Customer Authentication

In this Multifactor Authentication Guide, you will learn:

  • What multifactor authentication is
  • Why it's important now
  • What options are available
  • How to decide which one is right for you
  • How to get started: 10 steps
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About the Author

Jean Shin is tyntec’s Strategic Marketing Director. As a seasoned content strategist and editor, Jean excels in connecting key business insights with technological innovations and helping organizations create greater value through co-creation.

A transplant from New York, Jean now lives in Munich. Building on her 10 years of experience with Samsung’sDigitAll publication, she continues to cover the mobile industry.