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Poll: Do Users Object to MFA on Personal Devices?

October 9, 2018 | Ask-An-Expert | Authentication

When rolling out soft-token multi-factor authentication (MFA) within a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) scenario, what percentage of users typically push back on the deployment due to data plan costs, etc.? In this Viewpoints report, IANS Faculty Aaron Turner, Adam Shostack, Rich Guida, Kevin Johnson, Dave Kennedy and Marcus Ranum provide some real-world statistics and advice. 


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