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Overview of the Use of Multi-Factor Authentication

October 17, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Authentication

Organizations use passwords only instead of multi-factor authentication on homegrown or on-premises apps (75%), Mac machines (72%) and privileged account management products (57%). Multifactor authentication is used over passwords only by more organizations on Windows machines (55%), SaaS apps (51%) and for access to virtual private networks (50%).
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