Cybercrime has been growing and evolving at an exponential rate, and your applications hosted in the cloud are at risk. Hackers and scammers are lurking around every corner of the Internet, ready to gain access to your data by any means necessary. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) offers the easiest solution to this challenge by providing an extra layer of cybersecurity that could make the difference between a successful and a failed breach.
To protect your business from all manner of cyber threats, you need the confidence that your employees are securely logging into their devices and accounts, especially when you have applications and data hosted in the cloud. Without this confidence, you might as well be constantly worrying that your company might be compromised from any number of exposed endpoints. After the pandemic, thousands of new devices have been connected from home due to COVID-19, and cybercriminals have never had an easier time making their way into your network. Your company needs a stronger cyber defense to maintain security, which will keep you one step ahead of bad actors. Cybercriminals have a litany of methods at their disposal to both gain entry to your network and exploit their access once they are in. They can easily use a phishing scam to obtain a company password, and then encrypt your companies’ data and ask for a certain amount of money to release it. Hackers seeking to sabotage or extort can also use a Denial-of-Service attack (DoS) to flood your network and make it basically unusable. With all of these tools in their arsenal, you need an effective way to protect your data and other mission-critical IT assets, whether hosted on-premise or in the cloud.