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Two-Factor Authentication is Broken: What Comes Next?
The philosophy behind two-factor or multi-factor authentication (2FA/MFA) has been to authenticate a device rather than an identity. For many reasons, this loose ‘identity approximation’ method will not hold up in the long run.
So where, then, is authentication headed? Why is it so broken now that it can’t be fixed? What companies have paid the price for lax authentication in recent times?
To get the answers to these questions and more, study our expert guide Two-Factor Authentication is Broken: What Comes Next?