Humans and Machines: Why Strong Identity Security Needs Device Verification and Better User Experience

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Mitigating sophisticated identity-based attacks has become a top concern for security professionals.

As MFA adoption increases across organizations, there is an evolution in attack tactics that have become increasingly popular in the cat-and-mouse game between attackers and defenders; specifically, MFA fatigue, Attacker-in-the-Middle (AiTM), and session theft attacks.

IAM administrators are battling these while also trying to support end users who are increasingly frustrated and inconvenienced by MFA interrupting their work day. 

So how can organizations strengthen identity security to frustrate the attackers instead of their users?

Join this webinar, to learn:

  • How to leverage endpoint device identity to block sophisticated tactics such as MFA fatigue, Attacker-in-the-Middle, and session theft 
  • How verifying device trust during authentication creates a much better end user experience
  • How the industry has a lot more to offer than deploying and maintaining clunky device certificates


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Joe Duggan

Product Manager for Security Operations, Cisco Duo

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