Organizations must implement effective account protection measures or put themselves at heightened risk of data breaches and other serious cyber attacks, such as ransomware injections. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a crucial component of any organization’s cybersecurity program.
MFA adds an additional layer of security, helping prevent hackers from gaining unauthorized access to sensitive data. While MFA is an effective defense mechanism, cybercriminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their attack methods.
There are many ways hackers can bypass MFA to carry out devastating cyber attacks – and this list is growing. This article outlines the ways hackers can exploit MFA and how to protect your organization’s sensitive data from such attacks.
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