When it comes to protecting businesses from the growing variety of Office 365 security threats, balancing the benefits of multifactor authentication with user demands for convenience is a fine art.
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Some of the latest website security threats originate from thriving dark web marketplaces for TLS/SSL certificates, which often come packaged with other cybercrime services.
With SSO, employees can use one set of credentials to access all their apps instead of remembering, looking up and frequently resetting multiple passwords.
The majority of financial cybercrime risks can be mitigated with continued user education and by placing the right controls on user devices to help protect against malware.
With silent IAM solutions, LOB executives and security professionals can verify and protect user identities without hindering the customer experience.
A password manager enables users to access all their login credentials with a single master password, eliminating the need to juggle multiple credentials to access various accounts.
Security professionals need an identity and access management solution that delivers single sign-on capabilities and can adapt to business change.
Security teams should follow identity and access management (IAM) best practices to avoid widespread ransomware attacks such as WannaCry and NotPetya.
Security professionals must leverage new, risk-based approaches to identity management to keep up with the rapidly expanding digital landscape.