Article posted: Feb 12, 2018

By Joakim Thorén, CEO

From a well-meaning colleague who lends her password to a co-worker in need, to the guy who uses the same password at home and work because it's easy, to the employee who visited a rogue site and is now being blackmailed -- it's often a company's most trusted employees who can be putting the corporate data at risk.

The truth is, companies that still rely on single-factor authentication - computer passwords - are leaving themselves open to some serious security issues. After all, the safeguards around data access are only as good as the passwords used to protect them.

We feel so strongly about this topic that we've created a new video explaining how and why passwords are risky. The video is filled with a variety of anecdotes that emulate real-life scenarios that are playing out right now in companies around the globe.

Take a look at our YouTube video and let us know what you think. And if you're ready to consider looking at how multi-factor authentication can help your company, contact us here and click on the chat button:

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