Implementing Zero Trust begins with two-factor authentication.

Zero Trust architecture offers protection against bad actors from every angle, but poses significant change management challenges.

Read our exclusive report about how two-factor authentication (2FA) enables Zero Trust digital ecosystems, and why enterprises looking to deploy Zero Trust architecture should start with 2FA protocols.

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2FA is a critical early component of Zero Trust.

Users’ ability to access protected information begins with their login query, making 2FA an essential element of successful Zero Trust deployment.

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Why Zero Trust matters

As cybersecurity threats continue to evolve, so must the measures that organizations implement to counteract them. In an increasingly digital world, Zero Trust ensures that sensitive information remains protected against devastating data breaches from ALL possible sources. 

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