Protecting Your Identity With MFA: Secure, But Not Secure Enough

Feb 10 2023
EVENT TIME 11:00 Friday
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About The Event

Cyber Webinar Series Cyber Talks Series: "Protecting Your Identity With MFA: Secure, But Not Secure Enough" hosted by Recorded Future

Date: 10 February 2023 – 11:00-12:00

Location: Online webinar via Zoom

Join our Cyber Talks Series "Protecting Your Identity With MFA: Secure, But Not Secure Enough" to learn about:

  • Vulnerabilities of MFA and why MFA is not enough to protect credentials
  • Real-life examples of methods attackers use to circumvent MFA
  • Best practices to prevent such attacks and better protect identities in your organisation

Description:

In today's digital world, identity protection is of great importance. To ensure this protection, many companies rely on multi-factor authentication (MFA). But unfortunately, MFA alone is not sufficient to reliably protect identities and can even give a false sense of security. For this reason, it is important to know your company's vulnerabilities and take targeted measures to address them and prevent the risk of attacks and data loss.

In this webinar, Julian Kanitz, Lead Sales Engineer DACH at Recorded Future, will take a closer look at the topic of MFA, addressing the following points, among others:

  • Vulnerabilities of MFA and why MFA is not enough to protect credentials
  • Real-life examples of methods attackers use to circumvent MFA
  • Best practices to prevent such attacks and better protect identities in your organisation

Speaker:

Julian Kanitz, Lead Sales Engineer DACH, Recorded Future

Julian Kanitz is Lead Sales Engineer at Recorded Future supporting the DACH region. He holds a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and served 12 years in the German Military. He has been evangelising Threat Intelligence for various enterprise security programs for the past 3 years.

This is an online event. Can’t attend live? Register anyway to receive the recording after the webinar.

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