Passwords were once the forefront of security and user verification for a company’s users base. However, with the recent boom in remote work and advances in technology, they have become a top target for threat actors to exploit. With phising and targeted malware against end users, more and more data breaches are being caused by weak or stolen passwords.
Join us this coming March 23 from 10:00AM to 11:30AM as our friends from RSA give us a in-depth look into why passwords were relevant then and why they aren’t today and how shifting to passwordless authentication can drastically improve your business’ security posture. Get a chance to win Raffle prizes such as a gaming chair and bluetooth speakers at the end of our webinar!
The Webinar will be a fire side chat where we will have CT Link and SecurID’s Regional Director in Asia Pacific and Japan, Gavin Lowth discussing the cyber security trends for 2022 and the effectiveness of passwords in today’s business environment.
Contact us at email@example.com to find out more on how you and your company can register for this event today!
About RSA SecurID
RSA SecurID is a two-factor authentication technology that provides an extra layer of security to protect sensitive information and prevent unauthorized access. It was developed by RSA Security and was first introduced in 1986 as a hardware token that generated a unique code every minute. Today, RSA SecurID has evolved to include software tokens that can be installed on mobile devices, and it is widely used by organizations around the world.
The RSA SecurID technology works by requiring users to provide two forms of authentication: something they know (such as a password) and something they have (such as a token). The RSA SecurID token generates a one-time code that is used along with the user’s password to provide secure access to a network, application, or service. The code changes every 60 seconds, making it difficult for hackers to intercept and use the code for unauthorized access.
RSA SecurID is used by organizations to protect a wide range of sensitive information, including financial data, customer information, and intellectual property. It is particularly popular in industries such as finance, healthcare, and government, where security is a top priority. In addition to providing an extra layer of security, RSA SecurID also helps organizations comply with regulatory requirements such as HIPAA, PCI DSS, and Sarbanes-Oxley.
RSA SecurID can be deployed in a variety of ways, including on-premise and in the cloud. The hardware and software tokens can be managed centrally, making it easy for administrators to issue and revoke tokens, monitor usage, and maintain security policies. RSA SecurID also integrates with a wide range of applications and services, making it easy to implement two-factor authentication across an organization’s entire infrastructure.