Multi-factor authentication (MFA) has been gaining popularity as the simplest yet most effective tool to help businesses protect those digital assets while ensuring that their customers are who they say they are.
But not all MFA solutions are the same. For example, some vendors only provide the minimum requirements needed to meet compliance, and others subject you to hidden costs when it comes to deployment, operation, and maintenance. Many traditional solutions also require extensive training and are incredibly error-prone, costing you time and productivity.
In this guide, you will learn about the criteria you should consider when evaluating a solution with multi-factor authentication:
- Security impact
- Strategic business initiatives
- Cost of ownership