WHEN, WHERE, AND HOW: Putting Biometrics & Traditional MFA to Work
Watch the on-demand webinar to learn:
- Selecting the right authentication method for your organization
- The concept of Identity-Bound Biometrics
- Why Identity-Bound Biometrics is a better authentication choice
- Completing your MFA strategy with Identity-Bound Biometrics
- Use cases for Identity-Bound Biometrics
Choosing the appropriate authentication methods is a crucial consideration when implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) across your organization. It is a common question that arises during the rollout process. Developing a comprehensive MFA strategy that incorporates the right methods in the right contexts is essential for robust security.
While traditional MFA methods like phone-based or hardware tokens may be suitable in certain scenarios, there are instances where they may not suffice or where trust needs to extend beyond device or token confirmation. This is where Identity-Bound Biometrics (IBB) emerges as a valuable solution, offering a fast and secure authentication method that verifies the individual, not just their device. With advancements in biometric capture techniques, such as mobile apps, organizations can now incorporate biometrics into their MFA strategies for both employees and customers in ways that were previously unattainable.
This webinar will provide valuable insights and guidance on leveraging biometrics effectively within your MFA framework. Discover how biometrics can enhance security, streamline authentication processes, and offer an additional layer of confidence in verifying identities. By exploring the intersection of biometrics and MFA, you will gain a deeper understanding of the potential benefits and considerations associated with integrating biometric authentication methods. Join us to stay informed about the latest advancements and best practices in this rapidly evolving field. Don't miss out on this opportunity to strengthen your organization's security posture and make informed decisions regarding the implementation of biometrics in your MFA strategy.
If you are interested in strengthening your cybersecurity with biometrics, or unsure whether biometrics is the right fit for your organization, this is a session you won't want to miss!