Uncertain times like these require more vigilant security measures than in past years. Many of us have experienced the pleasure – and security risk – of working remotely for the first time ever. Last year, 62% of Americans found themselves working from home for the very first time. During this time, phishing attacks went up by an unprecedented 600% and ransomware attacks went up by 148%.
Simple passwords aren’t going to cut it anymore. VPNs aren’t a complete solution, and even MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) is not a magic bullet. Just because you have a secondary device in the login process doesn’t mean that a would-be attacker can’t fake it or get a SIM card and get right into the action.
There’s got to be a better way to secure your organization, and one that will not be inconvenient for your user base.
Welcome to the world of passwordless security – no more simple passwords or strong passwords that might be secure but your workforce isn’t going to remember. Using biometric security, your workers are going to stay secure and in a way that is basically frictionless for them.
Learn more about securing remote work to support the distributed workforce of the future in the following visual deep dive below: