You already know that using multi-factor authentication (MFA) can decrease your cybersecurity risk, and certainly is a much stronger defense compared to using traditional passwords alone. However, did you know that all MFA mechanisms can be hacked, and in some cases, it's as simple as sending a phishing email? In fact, according to a Deloitte’s Addressing Cyber Threats: Multi-Factor Authentication for Privileged User Accounts report, 48% of cybersecurity breaches are NOT preventable by strong multi-factor authentication.
Cybercriminals leverage phishing, gaps in your authentication process, and a host of other security vulnerabilities to bypass MFA and compromise your users’ accounts. That's why it’s crucial to understand the exact security risks your MFA solution has and how your users may be compromised so you can take action to mitigate those risks and educate and train your users.
Find out how best to defend against MFA hacks!
KnowBe4’s new Multi-Factor Authentication Security Assessment (MASA) is the only complimentary assessment tool for IT Pros to assess and uncover the specific attacks and risks your MFA solution may be vulnerable to. MASA helps you gauge your organization’s MFA security readiness and identifies the potential risks associated with your MFA implementation.
MASA leverages direct expertise from one of the market’s leading security evangelists and InfoSec consultants; Roger Grimes, KnowBe4’s data-driven defense strategist. With 30+ years experience in computer security and MFA risk assessments, it’s like having your very own expert consultant.